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Posted: Friday, November 2, 2012 2:44 pm

With a college degree in music composition and a decades-long career in the financial services/insurance industry, it seems like a left turn for Steve Gerdel, Washington, to have launched a second career as a fiction writer, but with the release of his third and final book in an action-adventure trilogy, he’s done just that.

“Agent Mike Trapper has charge of security for President Harriet Marshall when she is assassinated in St. Louis. He is then assigned the task of solving the murder by the new president Al Makin.

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