By kent politsch
When a career federal bureaucrat is contacted by an old college friend – a Baltimore cop – he steps into more than he expected, including vigilante heroics by 16-year-old basketball players whose fearless involvement to stop a known street criminal sets off a series of bizarre connections to an international drug cartel. Operated by a powerful Korean billionaire with sights set on world domination, the drug business is secondary to his real intentions, something the bureaucrat and cop hope to discover while also searching for an assassin beaded on the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture. But why? That’s the puzzling question for which the bureaucrat wants answers. And the answers appear when the billionaire’s Global Anchor drops on an unsuspecting part of the nation’s economy.
By kent politsch
The President’s teenage daughter is in danger. Abductors have foiled Secret Service security and kidnapped Bibi O’Neil, making her an innocent victim in a twisted revenge plot. Only her brief and flirtatious meeting with high school basketball superstar Dante Brown offers the First Family a glimmer of hope. The never-stop action intensifies when federal bureaucrat Jack Fitzgerald guides Brown and his basketball teammates into vigilante battle. Their unsuspecting foe is a familiar opponent for the PAL All-stars, Korean billionaire Pak Yong-sung and his Global Anchor colleagues. Suspense begins when the teenagers challenge the odds with a random and unauthorized search for the president’s daughter. Surprising authorities, they produce an important clue. But is there a payoff? And is Pak prepared for the outcome? Just follow the trail of Blood Anger to find your answers.
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I began writing my first novel in June 2010. Think about how much has changed in the world since then. How much more will change in the years ahead of us?
My mission in writing is to entertain you, of course. But I hope I can also make you look beyond the here and now and see challenges that we must all address.
Global Anger’s timely themes of globalization, terrorism, and the power of a few individuals to invoke fear are writ large in these pages yet examined with subtlety. Politsch delivers his important messages at the human level through the actions of Armstrong and Fitzgerald. Even as the author shows the deleterious effects of great power, he also demonstrates how the concerted actions of a few can stem the tide…