Miracles from Benefit Street

Miracles from Benefit Street : A Trilogy of Thrillers with Arno's People

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Arno's People: "Nuclear missiles from Iran bomb Jerusalem, Washington and San Francisco." The President of the USA has intelligence; that headline could appear soon. He does not want to make a first strike, but he must stop this from happening. So he secretly commissions Arno Rotar and his people to stop the Iranian Nuclear missile program secretly. With a miracle! But rogue people in the US and Israel want war. They send assassins to eliminate Arno's people. They pursue Arno's people across three continents while Arno's people have scary adventures to accomplish their mission. Off the Grid: Getting off the grid is the only way Maud, an attorney in a connected Boston law firm can avoid being killed by a hit man. Maud joins up with Jack, an ex-cop on the run from a Connecticut hit man. Together they strike back against the human trafficking racket that wants Maud dead. This is only possible when they join up with Arno's People and miracles happen. Sanctioned Swindle: Secretly sanctioned by the President of the US, Percy, a con-man, and Joy an art expert join with art forgers and others to concoct a swindle to catch terrorist groups. However, Percy is on the run from the Russian Mafiya for conning them out of $10 million. Only by joining up with Arno Rotar, and the miracles that Arno's People perform can they escape assassination before executing the Sanctioned Swindle.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 484 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 27.69mm | 807.39g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508763062
  • 9781508763062

About Doug Olsen

AUTHOR Doug Olsen lives in Quincy, Massachusetts where he writes books and stories and does a little Environmental Consulting. He also has several patents. Doug is an octogenarian and has experienced more gigs than The Pretender. And his travel log includes Canada, Europe, and all but one of the contiguous 48 states.show more