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The Cajun and The Yankoo

The Cajun and The Yankee
by Rocky Steele

 

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Eileen Sears, a pretty girl from the Cajun Country"" of Louisiana makes her way to Houston where she meets the covert operative Congressional Investigator Roy Randall. They fall in love and he helps her develop a singing career. Randall is called upon to pry into government corruption, mob activity, murder and drug smuggling. Eileen and Roy marry. It is "the second time around" for each of them. Their dedication to and love for each other becomes a ""way of life'. Eileen is dubbed "The Cajun Princess" when she sings at a White House reception. Roy and Eileen show over and over that their passion for each other is not diminished by time. Eileen and Roy have a goal in life to "grow old together." Is that lofty goal achieved?

 

 


 

JERSEY IN THE REAR VIEW

JERSEY IN THE REAR VIEW
by Rocky Steele

 

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Born into near abject poverty in Jersey City young Sterling Steel, out of necessity, grew up quickly, and after a debilitating lingering illness made the decision as a teen, to flee to a relatively secure and safe country life in Virginia. After a disappointing tempestuous marriage, he took his two young children to far off Texas where he eventually married again and raised five children.Sterling, known by then as "Scott," entered law enforcement and rose from relative obscurity as a deputy on the Gulf Coast to the position of small town Chief of Police. He was admonished early on as a cop to "Do right" but had problems trying to distinguish what was "right" in the very real world of vindictive behavior and corruption in Texas law enforcement and small town politics. Scott suffered a devastating acid burn injury to his vocal chords in a chemical plant mishap. He fought to overcome speech problems and in time was able to speak almost normally again.All children grown and gone provided the "green light" for Scott and Miss Ellie to realize a desire to re-locate to Virginia. Hardships ensued, car wreck, stroke, death in the family and other complications had to be overcome, and they were. Scott finished his career in law enforcement as an administrator in a rural Sheriff's Office still at war with corruption but wise enough to fight from the "shadows."

 


 

Have a Bootiful Christmas

Puppies Don't Hunt
by Rocky Steele

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ROY RANDALL, determined to overcome a disappointing "first love" relationship that ended in divorce, rose to prominence in law enforcement. Married to Eileen "Sweet Thang," and appointed to Chief of Police, he worked behind the scene in politics. Friendship with a U.S. Senator culminated in an opportunity to serve as an investigator responsible only to the President.

Chief Randall's daughter Katy was a loving, well behaved child growing up, but later turned to nefarious means in "the hunt" to gain wealth and recognition, even at her father's expense.

As a top security level investigator, Chief Randall becomes involved in cases of extortion, prostitution, murder, organized crime, crooked politicians and gang activity. The Mafia wants him "whacked!"

The President applauds Randall for his service to the country. The newly elected President is certain that Randall is the right man to serve again. Chief Randall isn't so sure as he and Sweet Thang talk over the Presidential request while spending the night in the Lincoln Bedroom at The White House. Nestled snugly in bed with Roy beside her, Sweet Thang says, "Don't start something you can't finish big boy!