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With Malice and Forethought: A Novel Based on Real Events epub ebook

by D. Meckanic

With Malice and Forethought: A Novel Based on Real Events epub ebook

Author: D. Meckanic
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Language: English
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing (June 30, 2006)
Pages: 610 pages
ISBN: 1419639269
ISBN13: 978-1419639265
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 479
Other formats: mobi azw lrf txt


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With Malice And Forethought by Dave Meckanic is an autobiography that spans the time period of 1985 to 2000 an. .They control the media, the justice (just-us) system, the police, et. and we can't seem to fix the problems. you know, do complete forensic audits based on evidence collected from, everywhere. If the analysts find criminal wrongdoing or treason, the citizens in the country the politicians operate within, get to decide by call-in or text how and what happens to them, right up to "mock" extra-judicial execution.

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Some of the names of the characters in this book are fictitious, yet they represent real people from my past. If the names used in the second half of the book bear any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, actual companies, active or inactive, or governments, it is purely coincidental. About the Book, With Malice and Forethought. An explanation by an author is always beneficial when it comes to their motivation in writing a particular work.

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How do you define experiences that are patently obscene, in a world where life is valued at the cost of a bullet or a used tire full of gasoline?" Let me tell you it's not an easy task

How do you define experiences that are patently obscene, in a world where life is valued at the cost of a bullet or a used tire full of gasoline?" Let me tell you it's not an easy task. Dave has been through the proverbial 'mill' and he's found that it really doesn't matter which country you are in, either, they're all the same.

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Malice Aforethought (1931) is a crime novel written by Anthony Berkeley Cox, using the pen name Francis Iles. It is an early and prominent example of the "inverted detective story", claimed to have been invented by R. Austin Freeman some years earlier. The murderer's identity is revealed in the first line of the novel, which gives the reader insight into the workings of his mind as his plans progress

I tend to like it if they involve surving some sort of tough ordeal or surviving a life changing event. I like books like Into the wild, and A long way gone;memoirs of a boy soldier. The life changing event takes place with the author while he is recording his mentor's (Morrie) life. Pillars of the Earth, Ken Follett, England around 1200 - very exciting and moving story. The Bloody Jack Series, by .

Aside from being bestselling books, they were also all inspired by true events. 8 Famous Novels You Didn’t Know Were Inspired by True Stories. Moby-Dick’s real name wa. hat?! A whale of a (true) tale. Yes, Moby-Dick was based on a real-life whale-and that whale even had a very similar name. In the 19th century, a massive albino sperm whale destroyed over 20 ships that tried to hunt it. Whalers named the notorious beast Mocha Dick.

How do you define experiences that are patently obscene, in a world where life is valued at the cost of a bullet or a used tire full of gasoline?

Let me tell you it's not an easy task. Dave has been through the proverbial 'mill' and he's found that it really doesn't matter which country you are in, either, they're all the same. Presidents and prime ministers all have agenda's and most seem willing to do just about anything to keep their dirty little secrets contained. Their 'actions' range from simple 'surgical' killings to blowing up plane loads of innocent people and they always cover their tracks, as in the case of the Helderberg, in November of 1987. Of course some countries are a little more covert and devious, they keep better spin doctors on hand to divert and wipe away the facts. They just delay the inevitable and the truth takes a little longer to come out, but eventually it does.

Dave was swept up into a situation in South Africa that he could have never predicted. The weapons, the killings, the mass murder, they were all too much for him to take, so after a number of years in the 'killing fields' he gave up. He couldn't take closing his eyes anymore, his conscience always posted a new pair of dead ones on the screens of his eyelids. Being an engineer in charge of the security of military bases and borders, he was an asset the government didn't want to lose. When he decided to finally leave Armscor and then South Africa, he turned however, from asset to liability in a heartbeat and was almost killed alongside 258 passengers on a commercial airliner in Europe while on his way back to Canada.

Once back, Dave ran his own little R&D business and his life began to normalize. Then he had the misfortune of becoming involved with a large company that had their own agenda... whose owners were adept at manipulation and extortion. They walked a 'new' woman into his life to distract Dave from his partner's slowly unfolding plans. When he finally focused on their scheme to defraud the government and stock market, he refused. So, his partner's and the lawyer for the company, oppressed him as a shareholder. Eventually, an illegitimate agreement was drawn together and they settled out of court, but his partner's breached eight months later. After the breach of the settlement agreement, his partner's tried to obtain government grants through universities using Dave's technology and intellectual property. He found out quickly just how corrupt our government and educational institutions could be, and how the only difference between South Africa and Canada was physical location and size. What follows are the battles to regain what was once his, including his sanity.

Reviews (3)
Ffel
This book has been one of the best "reads" I've had the pleasure of reading in a long time. It is extremely exciting and has been written in such a way that even when nothing much is happening I couldn't put it down. It is not a pretty story and indeed some may find it difficult to believe but these things DID happen and are still going on.
We, as the brain washed public, have no idea what our governments are really up to and it's a very scary tale. This is the story of one man's journey through South Africa working for the Special Weapons Research Programs where he designed and built weapons for four years and who only by luck escaped with his life. It also touches on the movement of arms from the U.S. through Europe, then through South Africa and on to Kuwait (amongst other countries). I wish Mr. Meckanic well in whatever he may be doing today.

Tcaruieb
The book is misleading. The author mainly writes about himself and his day-to-day living, instead of getting to the point of what actually happenned in South Africa. The story could have been much much shorter, it just kept dragging on and on, which made it very boring.

Shezokha
"Quite interesting. A real page turner you can't put down. If you don't like Big High Tech organizations; if you don't understand the ins and outs of governments who are supposed to help you when you're in need; if you're intrigued by backstabbing officials in high standings in the military then you must read the horror and viciousness of these so called friends in high places. One Man's journey into the madness and cesspool of deceit: Without malice and forethought. A must read story!"

Rebecca Austin. Hastings, Ontario

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