For the Children: The Goldberg Effect J.G. Cosgrove

ISBN: 9780692264577

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312 pages


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For the Children: The Goldberg Effect  by  J.G. Cosgrove

For the Children: The Goldberg Effect by J.G. Cosgrove
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In this book you will see the world through the eyes of a Serial Killer and the Detective who is trying to catch him.This is a story set in 1988, in San Francisco, about a Welfare Case Worker who grew tired of watching career welfare mothers usingMoreIn this book you will see the world through the eyes of a Serial Killer and the Detective who is trying to catch him.This is a story set in 1988, in San Francisco, about a Welfare Case Worker who grew tired of watching career welfare mothers using their children to gain additional benefits from the government and decided to think outside of the box.

Using the Rube Goldberg Effect, he creates situations to have the mothers removed (killed) so that he could save the children. He finds himself in a world of Drug Dealers, S&M Raves, and government corruption, and in each one he figures out a way to manipulate them to fit his need.You will also meet Detective Lee McGregor who is assigned to a case of the death of a fellow officer. The office needs to know if her death really was an accident, or if she was murdered because of the case she was working on. Sarah was investigating Welfare Fraud and found that it was connected to government corruption, both in the Welfare System and the Police Department.

Add the murder of a SFPD Officer in Walnut Creek (true story), now Lee is wondering who he can trust in his own department.



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