A thriller, not a supernatural horror story, told by God about a secret
organization within the Justice Department that usurps resources from all
other federal departments, murders people, and seeks to achieve greater
power over the country. The son of a serial killer and the daughter-in-law
of the man in charge of the rogue organization are the main heroes. They
are pursued by a top-ranking agent of the rogue organization who has almost
unlimited resources at his disposal. In addition to being a professional
assassin, he has a hobby of murdering people who either have a perfect
physical feature, or who have virtues that make them too good for this world,
or who fail to treat him with enough respect. The two heroes fall in love
half-way through the book and at the same time as the chief villain meets
his soul mate.
The book makes many criticisms of government abuse and ends with the revelation
of a secret resistance movement. It is libertarian, but the clandestine
organization is so evil that even Republicans and Democrats would root for
the heroes against it.
Year Read: 2004
Libertarian Essays by Roy Halliday
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