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Pharmaceutical Paperback – May 8, 2013
About the Author
W. M. J. Kreucher was born and raised on the west side of Detroit. He worked for over thirty years in the automobile industry in the environmental field where he specialized in providing technical support on legislation and regulation, including clean fuels and vehicle fuel economy. He has ghost written for Congressmen and Senators and has authored parts of legislation and regulation in these areas. Now he is entering the next phase of his life as a fiction writer. I know what you are thinking: writing for politicians is fiction. At least now he is calling it what it is. His first novel, Dandelion Man – the four loves, is a tender story about the four loves C. S. Lewis describes in his book by the same name. Dandelion Man is set in and around the city of Detroit during the late 60’s and early 70’s a time of the Age of Aquarius, Hair and free love. But don’t expect all that, the story covers the Eros side of love not the Venus side. His latest novel is one of political intrigue; fiction but with that little spark of truth that makes all good fiction believable.
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The book would make a great conspiracy thriller movie. A corporate CEO and the First Lady plot to secretly dose the unsuspecting American public with untested drugs in their reckless pursuit of greed and power. The only one standing in their way is a loyal company employee, Diane McMichael, who starts asking dangerous questions.
Pharmaceutical reads like a screenplay, too--with lots of action and dialogue but relatively little narrative. Its 281 pages fly by. This isn't highbrow art like Updike or Wolfe, but rather a carnival ride that would be great for a long plane ride or a holiday weekend.
Rating: 3.5/5 stars.