Death Benefits by Nelson DeMille

By Nelson DeMille

Bestselling writer Jack Henry is without warning near to financial disaster. With accounts mounting and the IRS calling, he realizes that he has an enormous challenge on his arms. yet who's responsible for his declining fortunes? by no means Jack himself. The fault, he determines, lies together with his agent, Stan Wycoff - who takes 15% of every little thing Jack makes for doing completely not anything.

Jack wishes a manner out of his dire monetary problem - and quickly. after which he recalls that either he and his agent have giant existence policies on each other. If Stan have been to die without warning, Jack could money in...

But can a well-known crime author dedicate the fitting crime?

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Los Keane llegaron a la conclusión de que el atentado de Oklahoma era una operación del gobierno, al igual que el anterior atentado del World Trade Center, ya que un agente secreto les dio a los terroristas instrucciones detalladas de cómo construir la bomba, les ayudó a conseguir los materiales e incluso les dio clases de conducir a los terroristas que acababan de entrar en el país para que pudiesen llevar el camión hasta el lugar del objetivo. Los Keane estaban convencidos de que en el caso de Oklahoma también había implicados agentes secretos del FBI.

Las cinco funcionaban con bombillas compactas fosforescentes de 15 W de Panasonic. Cuando se acabara el surtido de bombillas que tenían, Todd tenía planeado usar unos adaptadores que había comprado en la tienda Real Goods en Hopland, California, que se colocaban en los portalámparas normales y corrientes. Dentro de cada adaptador iba una toma tipo «bayoneta» que sujetaba unas luces traseras de coche de 12 V de corriente continua. Todd había previsto que podrían conseguir más piezas de recambio de los muchos coches abandonados en las carreteras.

Después de decir eso, Matt se sentó en el borde de una de las mesas que habían alquilado y cruzó las manos. La multitud congregada se puso a aplaudir. El promotor se marchó sin decir nada y con la cara roja de vergüenza. Uno de los hombres que había entre la multitud se acercó a estrecharle la mano a Matt. —Ojalá lo hubiese grabado —le dijo—. ¿Quién es usted, un abogado? —No, señor, tan solo soy un ciudadano que pasa demasiado tiempo en bibliotecas especializadas en Derecho. Cuatro años antes del colapso, Matt tenía veinticuatro años y su hermano acababa de cumplir veinte.

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