Echoing Today’s News Stories, Book tells of Political Turmoil and Drug Wars
Novel follows two senators’ fight to eliminate cocaine trafficking and recall fellow senators
In the book, Recall. . . a sequel ($14.95, paperback, 978-0-9826574-7-8), the border between the United States and Mexico is officially sealed for the first time ever, when U.S. Army soldiers are sent to work with the Mexican army to stop the flow of drugs and human traffic from Mexico into the U.S., as well as to curb the widespread murders committed by the Mexican drug cartels.
Having first-hand experience with helping to curtail drug cartel operations in Colombia, South America, U.S. Senators Michael Rimoldi and Ben Sampson vow to stop the escalation of cocaine smuggling from Mexico into the U.S. But in order to do so, they will first have to beat back their obstructionistic Senate colleagues, who display the bitter, partisan attitudes of so many politicians at all levels of American government today. To this end, Michael and Ben begin planning a national movement for recalling ten dissident senators from both sides of the aisle.
And Michael also plans his trip to Arizona to speak with government leaders there, including the well-known sheriff of Maricopa County. In addition, he will travel to meet with the president of Mexico, who is also working hard to put an end to drug smuggling. But, first, Michael and his new wife, U.S. Senator Mhairi MacKean, fly to London and to Errol, Scotland, on their honeymoon and to learn more about Mhairi’s roots in Errol.
When they return to Washington, D.C., the Cabinet officers are examining the President’s fitness to serve. At the same time, the U.S. sets up air and sea blockades of Puerto Rico, to stop the flow of drugs from there. In addition, Senators Rimoldi and Sampson declare their independence from both political parties during a Senate session, and are joined by eleven other senators from both sides of the aisle, in an effort to promote bi-partisanship.
In addition to the political and criminal intrigue, the book delves into the fascinating history of the Pirie family and the founding of the Errol Estate Country Club in Apopka, Florida.
Joe Bileti is a retired Michigan trial lawyer. He received his L.L.B. and Juris Doctor degrees from the School of Law at the University of Detroit, and has earned many honors for his professional efforts. In his first book, Senate Bill 4837, he and his co-author introduced the senators who continue their fight against the cartels in Recall. . . a Sequel. Bileti, who has written numerous articles, says he honed his talents writing trial briefs.