Grass Was Greenerby Michael George
When Deputy Sheriff Mack Thomas is given the job of serving summons on people who have written checks which have overdrawn their accounts, he is extremely irate. He believes that doing this job makes the sheriff’s department little more than a collection agency. But he reluctantly accepts the job, which quickly leads him to a trail of corruption that leads him far beyond a few bounced checks. So he decides to continue doing the job, however much he hates it. He is led into a world of prostitution forced on young girls, kidnapping, and murder, with very high-ranking people involved. Ultimately, what he learns gives him the information he needs to solve the one crime that concerns him the most.
Michael George is a retired carpenter who has also worked with the old mainframe computers, managed a 24/7 old-time service station, managed a small dairy farm, and even picked potatoes with Mexican migrant farm workers. He has been married for over fifty years, has five children, and countless grandchildren and great-grandchildren. After living in Arizona and Georgia, he and his wife now live back in Minnesota.
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|Book Title||Grass Was Greener|
|Date Published||April 30, 2020|