05/18/2017 Share

Beware the Ides of March: A Novel Based on Psychic Readings by Bruce Miller

“In every crowd are certain persons who seem just like the rest, yet they bear amazing messages.” -Antoine de Saint-Exupery.
 

A Psychic Legal Thriller.

Inspired by true events.

An entertaining and intelligent gift to a lawyer.

Ron, a Miami law student is told his fortune by a genuine psychic involving the murder of a young pregnant woman and is told how he can prevent it.

Later, he dismisses the prophecy as non-sense.

Years later, Ron, now a successful lawyer, neglects his wife, who out of loneliness begins an affair with Rafael Santiago, a business man who secretly runs the financial side of large drug cartel.

After finding out about Rafael’s cartel affiliation, Claudia as well as Ron become the subjects of assassination due to Claudia’s inside cartel knowledge and the foretold events begin to happen and Ron strains to remember the details.

The DEA, private investigators, WITSEC (Witness Security Protection), Grand Jury Prosecutor, criminal prosecutors, defense lawyers, and many others become entwined in a fast-moving plot, compounded with complicated legal theories involving prior knowledge of a crime leading to an unexpected finale.

An excerpt:

“Ron Dalton knew why they kept the cells freezing cold in the Miami-Dade County jail. Inmates didn’t beat up on each other when they had hypothermia to stress about. What Ron never expected was that he would be the one doing the stressing. But here he was, stuck in a six-by-eight-foot cell that stunk of piss and indicted for a murder he didn’t commit. He’d lost his wife, Claudia, most of his money and, unless his case was thrown out of court, he could get the death penalty. All because of a fortune teller.

“Ron buried his hands in his armpits to warm them. Where the sleeves of his short-sleeved orange jumpsuit ended, the goose bumps began. Twenty-six years ago his girlfriend’s mother told him that sometime in the future a young woman might die because of him. Hell, he barely remembered the girlfriend, but the prophecy had lodged itself deep in his brain – maybe because it was the only time he’d ever had his fortune told. “And goddamn it, I’ll n-n-n-ever do it a-a-gain,” he murmured between shivers.”

About the author

Biography

In the words of Arthur Daley, “Golf is like a love affair. If you don’t take it seriously, it’s no fun; if you take it seriously, it will break your heart.”

Our golf instruction books are educational and entertaining and give the latest new golf techniques while also featuring time tested techniques from Hall of Fame golfers like Palmer and Nicklaus and current well known golfers like Rickie Fowler, Justin Thomas and many others.

We have a common theme throughout our books of giving you summaries and opinions from the best PGA and LPGA Players at the highest level of golf.

We also feature current theories of the finest golf psychologists and the finest golf instructors who teach the top level PGA Golfers.

We believe the best information comes from only those who have “Walked the walk” to give you accurate advice for your game. There are many fine golf writers out there, but they haven’t walked the walk like the players and golf consultants we feature in our books.

We are in New Zealand and have traveled around the golfing world. One of us, Bruce Miller, has written two books, “I Came, I Saw, I Coffeed” and “Beware the Ides of March” and the humorous, “Latecomers to Love”. These stories are Bruce’s and we hope you enjoy them as well.

Our adult golf joke books make great gifts for adult golfers and are entertaining and he’ll love you for the laughs they bring. Adults only.

Members of our team have a philosophy of enjoying life and we hope our writings will chase your blues away as well as help you learn more about the golfing world. Enjoy!

Overall

A gripping and intriguing tale, all the more so for having been based upon a true experience. It's... hard to put down but comes together in a clever ending whilst leaving room for a further book. I hope we see more from this author." -R. Frankton, Boca Raton, FL

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