1 Law 4 All enters the realm of politics from stage left. The fictional characters, places and events are imaginably true. The book's drama could easily be a real-life account because of the distressing nature of politics.
1 Law 4 All portrays simple-minded politics in a fictional manner. The human nature of the characters is far from fictional. Greed, arrogance and pride are pitted against the desire for safety, fairness and generosity. Revenge catalyzes the character's actions and the ensuing drama.
1 Law 4 All displays man's multi-faceted human nature. 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 draw the reader into the book's reality.
A Senator, mob boss and multi-national corporation conspire against an innocent Samoan girl. Kitiona's adventure begins in American Samoa, continues to San Francisco and reaches into the halls of the U.S. Congress.
Number Of Pages: 220
Published: 3rd August 2014