Pub Date 02 Feb 2013
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Dillon McGee is a security guard for the largest retail company in the world. But something is going terribly wrong -- he discovers the company is murdering his co-workers. But why? Then it gets worse -- Dillon learns he is the next target. He must find a way to escape before he is hunted down.
He teams up with a pastor, Christopher Forrest, who hates Morgan Retail because of what it has done to his family. Morgan puts a barcode on the foreheads of its workers. Christopher wonders if that could be the mark of the beast.
Corporate-owned (dead peasants) life insurance is real. Companies routinely purchase insurance policies on its workers. If the worker dies the company, not the family, receives the benefit. This is a story about a huge corporation making sure it cashes in.
Layered with realistic characters that you can care about, The Dead Peasants File has a frightening, realistic feel. It is written from a Christian world-view. The Dead Peasants File is a fast-paced page-turner that will keep you guessing and entertained until the very end.
"I read this book in just one sitting, it is that engaging. The characters are completely believable, and you can't help but continue turning the pages to find out what happens to them!"; "I love a book that I can't seem to put down.. This was a great clean read!!"; "It kept me interested all the way through. The story moved quickly and I liked the positive Christian references. I'm looking forward to reading the sequel."; "l almost did not read this book.Thank goodness I did. Enjoyed every minute of it. If you like a good book this is it."