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The Enterprise Zone free pdf In the near-future, the U.S. federal government turns over the remaining management of its over-burdened prison system to private enterprise. In a last-ditch effort to maintain solvency, states follow suit, and a tax-weary society goes along with the plan. But what happens when the dollar rules, and an individual's freedom becomes part of a profit equation? Is it the final victory of the haves over the have nots? Jack Lusky, aka Jack Luck, is a down-on-his-luck Baltimore businessman-physicist whose bad luck multiplies itself when a routine visit to housing court lands him in the middle of a police shoot-out. He is shot, and wakes up in a hospital, where he finds himself framed for the murder of a police officer. Jack is sentenced to life imprisonment and sent to a high security prison city in the Desert Southwest- a prison unlike any our time knows. He finds himself in a parallel world, where he can have any thing he wants, except real freedom. He finds friendship and romance, and appears to have made the best of his circumstances until his girlfriend dies under mysterious circumstances. This precipitates a personal investigation by Jack wherein he discovers an unrelated murder, and a drug ring. His investigation ultimately reveals who framed him, but not before he is visited by a series of further misfortunes. Finally armed with the knowledge to vindicate himself, he must flee for his life, and somehow survive, a desperate escape attempt.

About Michael Sakowski

Michael P. Sakowski attended the University of Maryland at College Park, where he took a dual degree program in electrical engineering and physics, minoring in computer science. Since then, he has been self-employed in several businesses including real estate renovation and development, and electronics sales and services. He later studied screenwriting at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore at the Homewood Campus, and has since written three screenplays that are now in development. He is also currently working on several novels and a guidebook to advanced industrial electronics.

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Author : Michael Sakowski
Publisher : Trafford Publishing
Data Published : 10 September 2004
ISBN : 1412006104
EAN : 9781412006101
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 220 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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