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Criminal Intent

Bruce Marvin

Criminal Intent traces the exploits of a cunning, criminal mind. Stewart Lawrence’s extraordinary career begins at Lakewood Downs, a harness racing track, where he conspires with several drivers to fix races. Dazzled by initial success, Lawrence’s winnings prompt even greater risks.

But Lawrence’s greatest gamble hinges on achieving his most cherished goal, the affections of Lisa Armstrong, who initially, remains ignorant of her paramour’s dangerous dual existence, and who herself harbors deep secrets that will soon involve Lawrence. A man compelled to live on the edge, he gambles for the highest stakes, both at the racetrack and for the love of his dreams. Hounded by goons who want to collect on past gambling debts, and frustrated by the discovery of his race fixes, he turns to bank robbery. A minor slipup during a routine sales call leads to Lawrence’s ultimate arrest.

In prison, still filled with lust and greed, he formulates schemes and assembles members of what will become the most professional gang of bank robbers in the annals of criminal justice.

“. . . it’s a fact you’ll enjoy this novel . . . about an astonishing criminal career.” Alan Caruba, Bookviews

“For those people who are looking for a book revolving around adventure, intrigue and excitement with non-stop twists and turns, then Criminal Intent is the book for you . . . . Courier-News, New Jersey

BRUCE G. SIMINOFF is a businessman in New Jersey and is currently chairman of the ECRA Task Force of the Commerce & Industry Association (N.J.). Mr. Siminoff’s many books and articles include The Liberty Crisis and Victim: Caught in the Environmental Web, Glenbridge Publishing Ltd. He lectures extensively on environmental and business affairs.

MARVIN J. FOLKERTSMA, JR. is a political science professor and the author ofIdeology and Leadership, Prentice-Hall Inc., and co-author of Agony of Survival, Glenbridge Publishing Ltd. a selection of the Jewish Book Club and nominated for National Jewish Book Awards.


Cloth, 349 pages, 6 x 9
ISBN 0-944435-34-3
LC 95-82058

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