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Crime Of The Millennia
Crime of the Millennia chronicles scientific exploration, providing an insight into the issues that encompass abortion, drugs and uncovers the discovery of the Fountain of Youth and its grisly location.
The characters represent a broad spectrum of society who follow a path of life,their destinies steered by fate or chance and their convictions and belief's, tested each step of the way. Survivors they are, criminals all, yet the true beneficiaries of this tale is the reader, for its issues and its ills are intrinsic to all, but in the end its entertainment will keep you spellbound and its answers will inform you about the true nature of: The Crime of the Millennia.
I was born on the 16th of August 1952 at Illinois Masonic Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. George and Katherine Toles, my dad and mother raised me and we lived on Chicago’s North Side.
Both were incredibly hard working. They had little money. Dad worked in the tool and die industry which nestled along the shores of Lake Michigan. Mom, a descendant of Watson of IBM, worked in the fledgling computer industry as a key punch operator, forming cards for use in the early calculating machines utilized by many large businesses of the great Chicago area. I have fond memories of my early youth, but life has lead me on a varied and different course than what my parents envisioned for me.
I attended Lane and my Uncle who was an Alumni of the University he attended, secured me a place to further my endless desire to learn.
While I pursued my education I worked in the automotive industry which became my career. I progressed up the ladder of the OEM divisions and
transferred to the aftermarket division and was introduced to the Defense procurement systems,
working closely with UNICOR industries; establishing rebuilding plants within their facilities throughout the United States.
In 1990, I started to write about some of the various stories which I had learned from various acquaintances who were employed by UNICOR and set out to verify the veracity of the different claims of privileged knowledge that all claimed to possess.
This pursuit required extensive travel and a re-education in obscure, technical specialties. I encountered difficulties in my investigation of the different research projects that the US Government engaged in, as they maintained a level of secrecy rivaling the Manhattan Project.
The end result after many years of research, exhaustive interviews and the examination of millions of documents, is my fictional account portrayed in Crime of the Millennia.
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