The Master Plan

by Raymond A. Hult



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/6/2016

Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 168
ISBN : 9781490774947
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 168
ISBN : 9781490774930
Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 168
ISBN : 9781490774893

About the Book

Samuel P. Donahue has been planning the 1.5 million robbery for well over a year in his capacity as District Supervisor for an armored car company. His IQ is far above average and his master plan accounts for every imaginable investigative technique possibly employed to prove his guilt. From the start, the FBI has no doubt he did it but being able to prove it will require employing every conceivable stratagem in its vast fact-finding arsenal. Stealing that much cash while being the sole suspect will require meticulous attention to every possible detail including how to ultimately spend it while his finances are being continuously monitored. His plan for washing the stolen funds is ingenious and will necessitate every bit of cunning and perseverance he can muster. It’s a high stake’s race between Sam’s master plan and the best efforts the FBI can employ. The reader will marvel at the intricate cat and mouse game guaranteed to end in a way few if any will see coming. Enjoy! “The die had been cast. There was no turning back now. He was fully committed to following through with no regret and an unwavering assurance derived from what he truly believed to be a meticulously conceived master plan impervious to failure.” “He apparently wants us to know he did it and there isn’t anyway we can prove it. We’re going to have to prove him wrong. Egotists like him always make one or more unsurmountable mistakes. They think they’re perfect, but they’re not.” --excerpts from The Master Plan

About the Author

Raymond A. Hult is retired from the FBI having worked for 27 years as a Special Agent in the Los Angeles, Dallas and Salt Lake City Divisions, the majority of time being spent in surrounding Resident Agencies(RAs) including Tyler, Texas and St. George, Utah. His assignment to RAs afforded him the opportunity to be the primary case agent on a variety of high profile investigations resulting in the professional experience enabling a unique perspective concerning the subject matter of his current novel. In addition to writing (this is his fourth book), he and Geniel have settled down in Utah having recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary while enjoying a close relationship with their five happily married daughters and 13 grandchildren. Ray’s also playing way too much golf.