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Fictitious Facts I Cultivation of a Murderer By Dennis Durant
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It tells of the life of Don Scotsdon; from childhood to adult. His move to an isolated community far removed from the social processes of urbanization took part blame for impeding the personal... More > development of most of the locals. Life in the bush had its pleasures and gratifications, but his friends, and maybe he, suffered from a variety of personality and psychological disorders as a consequence of this setting. Consequently those friends induced a committal of ungodly evil upon a girl he knew. Don’s belief throughout life that cruelty was sinful put him in a quandary; walk away or avenge her murder. The only answer was revenge. Along the way he encountered many challenges as he took it upon himself to seek retribution; he became judge and jury. And the circumstances and events providing cause for a series of felonious executions left him in a lonesome world giving rise of chance to a situation of doom.< Less
Fictitious Facts II Patsy to Espionage By Dennis Durant
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Don Scotsdon was a patsy and a fugitive. His friend Sally Rob became involved and they joined forces to prove his innocence. While searching for answers events beyond their control caused a... More > confrontation with the head of a crime syndicate by the name of Dillard. The price of protection was the undisputable cooperation and utilization of their services. They were coerced into becoming operatives and took missions in places such as; Australia, Russia and China; committing further to the world of crime, murder and espionage. Their acts were deemed necessary for survival and to maintain Dillard’s trust and loyalty. Eventually Don and Sally succumbed to the adventurous and extravagant lifestyle and became willing collaborators.< Less
Fictitious Facts I. Cultivation of a Murderer By Dennis Durant
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It tells of the life of Don Scotsdon; from childhood to adult. His move to an isolated community far removed from the social processes of urbanization took part blame for impeding the personal... More > development of most of the locals. Life in the bush had its pleasures and gratifications, but his friends, and maybe he, suffered from a variety of personality and psychological disorders as a consequence of this setting. Consequently those friends induced a committal of ungodly evil upon a girl he knew. Don’s belief throughout life that cruelty was sinful put him in a quandary; walk away or avenge her murder. The only answer was revenge. Along the way he encountered many challenges as he took it upon himself to seek retribution; he became judge and jury. And the circumstances and events providing cause for a series of felonious executions left him in a lonesome world giving rise of chance to a situation of doom.< Less
Fictitious Facts II Patsy to Espionage By Dennis Durant
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Don Scotsdon was a patsy and a fugitive. His friend Sally Rob’ became involved and they joined forces to prove his innocence. While searching for answers events beyond their control caused a... More > confrontation with the head of a crime syndicate by the name of Dillard. The price of protection was the undisputable cooperation and utilization of their services. They were coerced into becoming operatives and took missions in places such as; Australia, Russia and China; committing further to the world of crime, murder and espionage. The acts were deemed necessary for survival and to maintain Dillard’s trust and loyalty. Eventually Don and Sally succumbed to the adventurous and extravagant lifestyle and became willing collaborators.< Less