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Karmic Rendition: A Novel of Pancho Villa Avenged (30 May 2012 20:42)
“Karmic Rendition: A Novel of Pancho Villa Avenged” is a graphic depiction of the ruthlessness that permeates our Legislative, Executive and Judicial Branches of government; hence, it’s about the loose cannon bureaucrats who run our beloved and sacred Constitutional form of government. It’s a novel where “East meets West” in a vile and cunning way. Karmic Rendition is all about Karma. From Japan to the United States, and from Canada to Mexico, Karmic Rendition exposes and deals with extraordinary rendition on a personal level, which soon spirals out of control. A Burma Triangle of sorts, starring private detective Rick Olson, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Rhinehart, and Pancho Villa (V) who must fight to overcome insurmountable odds because of their fate—extraordinary rendition—that’s right, government sanctioned kidnapping. And in today’s terrorist environment, any of us could be swallowed up by the forces of so-called good, and swept away in the middle of the night to a dark dungeon never to see the light of day again. Has America become them (the USSR) and they’ve become us (the USA)? The emperor has clothes, or is that sheep’s clothing? It doesn’t matter: The spirit of Pancho Villa permeates and resides in every aspect of this novel. Is there such a thing as: Karma? Think of it this way: What goes around comes around... Can Pancho Villa’s tarnished reputation be revived from the savage annals’ of history? Time will tell… That it will.
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