The telephone's insistent ringing at three in the morning snatched Sam Workman from dreamless sleep.
"Hello," he mumbled.
"This is a warning," said a digitally altered voice. "Leave Betterton now! If you don't, you won't live long enough to regret it."
"Who is this?" Sam angrily demanded to a dead line.
"Unknown name, unknown number," blinked the call identifier.
"Coward!" Workman growled and slammed down the receiver.
The call was the first episode in a conspiracy to force Sam and his business, B&W Concrete, out of Betterton or destroy them. Followed were attempts to oust B&W from two construction projects, a hospital addition and an engine plant, totaling 400 million in construction costs to yield B&W 10 million profits.
Sam retains attorney Penn Roman to stem the tide of disastrous actions drowning B&W in a flood of claims of incompetency and fraud and more threats and violence against Sam, Penn, and Penn?s family.
When a testing lab employee working on the projects disappears, and the newspaper prints libelous articles condemning B&W, Penn and Sam find themselves entangled in a web of greed, deceit, violence, and murder.
Courageously, they face the schemers in an explosive and telling trial to the finish.
Read This On
You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: