An Unintended Consequence

Author: Randy Keel
Editor: Xlibris Us
ISBN: 9781664175075
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Sam Riley, a retired attorney, is living the good life. Traveling to exotic places and spoiling their granddaughter, Essy, he and his wife Janice are enjoying the fruits of their labor. They live in Dyersburg, a small town in rural West Tennessee. Their family is blindsided by a horrific accident. Sam's wife and daughter are killed instantly upon impact. His three-year-old granddaughter dies on the operating table. Sam learns that the person responsible is in the United States illegally. His family was killed by a person that isn't supposed to be here in the first place. The government has failed to protect them. He blames Congress for the devastation of his family and the grief he is forced to endure. Sam's life is shattered. The tragedy has warped his respect for the law and overruled his conscience. He decides that the only way immigration law will be enforced is to make Congress feel his pain. Sam was about to learn that once you leave the straight and narrow, things happen that affect you to your core. Once he starts down the dark path he has chosen, he will never be the same again, but he doesn't care. Sam is on a mission. From Tennessee to Washington DC, from becoming a serial killer to a senator, he has committed his life to justice for his family and the American people. He fully intends to hold our congressmen accountable for their actions. His goal is to stop the flow of illegal immigrants into our country or die trying.
An Unintended Consequence
Language: en
Pages: 180
Authors: Randy Keel
Categories:
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-05-19 - Publisher: Xlibris Us

Sam Riley, a retired attorney, is living the good life. Traveling to exotic places and spoiling their granddaughter, Essy, he and his wife Janice are enjoying the fruits of their labor. They live in Dyersburg, a small town in rural West Tennessee. Their family is blindsided by a horrific accident.
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Language: en
Pages: 300
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Categories:
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-09 - Publisher:

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Pages: 298
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Language: en
Pages: 190
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Categories: Business & Economics
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Language: en
Pages: 296
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Categories: Political Science
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