1 Law 4 All

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Greed, Arrogance, Power and Pride versus Fairness, Generosity, Innocence and Justice

Novels written by Billy Angel pierce the cloak of political perception surrounding Washington DC. 1 Law 4 All is an aggressive tale portraying the inner workings of the brutal and erotic creature that is politics in the United States today.

The human nature exhibited by the characters is far from fictional. Revenge catalyzes their actions in a terrifyingly, plausible style. Political power truly exposes the darkest corners of the character's souls.

1 Law 4 All is a stirring saga of revenge erupting from a catastrophic event in the life of a young Samoan girl. Kitiona Tuafa reluctantly leaves her home in American Samoa to find her family's killers. Her adventure begins in the City of San Francisco and eventually reaches into the halls of the United States Congress.

While being stalked, harassed and chased around the City, Kitiona stumbles upon a retired legal professional and, eventually, an idealistic, ragtag group of law students. Together, they theorize who masterminded the fire that killed Kitiona's family, only to be terrorized themselves by the same group of killers. These events launch Kitiona and her group on a journey that throws suspicion in the direction of a Senator, a mob boss and a multi-national corporation.

1 Law 4 All portrays simple-minded politics in a plausible manner. The storyline skillfully merges daily  drama with life's little pleasures. As the existence of good and evil becomes evident, the artfully contrived personal exchanges of the characters draw the reader into the book's reality.

"Things do not happen. Things are made to happen." - JFK

Addicted to Politics? Believe politicians should live by the same laws as us?

Billy Angel's 1 Law 4 All series will have you cheering for the good guys!
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About the author

Bill was born in the Midwest. He was educated on the West Coast in California. He's earned a Bachelor's, Master's and Doctorate degrees in various fields of health and education. Bill started Sunset Angel Productions, LLC. Besides producing phone applications and short stories, he works part-time as a basketball coach. Bill authors a political blog seeking justice for the American people. He feels all laws should be applied equally to law makers, citizens and non-citizens. He believes in a common sense approach to governance. Bill resides in Hawaii with his beautiful wife, Roberta. They have four children and six grandchildren. He describes living in Hawaii as "far from the maddening crowds.

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Published on
Oct 31, 2012
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Pages
660
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ISBN
9781456610494
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Language
English
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Genres
Drama / American / General
Fiction / Political
Fiction / Thrillers / Suspense
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This content is DRM free.
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