NO GOOD DEED by HAL BRAY
Brockland Joshua, Brock to his friends, was a retired
Infantry Lieutenant Colonel of the United States Army who,
through a series of turns, became the manager of a golf and
country club in Corpus Christi, Texas, on the last
developed barrier reef island in the United States.
In doing his job Brock has become involved with some high
powered members of his club who want him to do a little
intelligence gathering for them. It seems the OPEC
countries and our nation's oil producing capabilities are
on a collision course. He does not realize that this good
deed will draw him into a web of intrigue and danger that
will involve organized crime on both sides of the Texas
border and leave him marked as the killer of these same
As Brock scrambles to prove his innocence, people begin
dying around him, including his beautiful blonde lover,
wife of the corrupt oil baron he has exposed. He cannot do
it alone. So he contacts two old Army buddies and they
weigh in. As they plan to clear his name, he is confident
that he can do it. While no good deed may go unpunished,
Brock intends to hand out a little punishment of his own.
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