The Bomber’s Story
On a sunny afternoon Bob calls 911 and reports a bomb, then he goes in to channel 7 to give an interview.
Bob doesn’t claim to have set the bomb, he just knew it was going to explode, just like he knows there are 99 more bombs waiting to explode in Los Angeles.
Who is Bob? Nobody really knows. In a country of over 300,000,000 people nobody comes forth to say they know who he is, and there is no trace of him in the country’s record keeping institutions.
All anybody knows is that buildings are exploding, and Bob wants a billion dollars.
Randall Davis is assigned the task of breaking Bob, but it is a hard task.
His partner wants to kill Bob, there is a sultry beauty who wants to be in on the kill, and there are four mysterious men who are killing people just for the heck of it.
Randall Davis is a good cop, however, and he cannot be swayed. Deflected, misdirected, threatened…he stays after Bob, but when he finds out what drove Bob insane, insanity starts to look good!
THE INSPIRATION FOR THIS BOOK…
Many years ago, in Northern California, a fellow guided a remote control toy car into a propane plant. On top of the toy car was a bundle of dynamite. The town went crazy, people were evacuated, the police were in a tizzy, and the fellow held up a bank on the other side of town, and then, when the police realized the dynamite was a fake, and began scouring the countryside for the robber, he made his getaway in a canoe!
The author began contemplating the perfect crime. What crime could he commit (have his characters commit) and yet walk away scot free and with all the loot.
The answer to this perfect crime is in The Bomber’s Story. But, like so many others of the author’s stories, once started, things took a turn for the wicked.
A man nobody knows? How could that be?
What was his motivation?
And suddenly the whole United States finds itself on the chopping block!
And WHAT a chopping block! When you find out who the real bad guys are, and what they will do to the whole world to stay hidden, well, as stated earlier…insanity will start to look good.
As stated, the book is so big in had to be divided in two. You can get it in one piece on Kindle, but the paperback comes in two volumes. There are 240,015 words, and a massive cast!