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Escaping Prison Camp Was Only the Beginning

By: WebWire

USAF Captain Oley Washington was supposed to be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for saving the lives of his fellow POWs, but for war protesters, he was no hero. They beat him up, leaving him with a severe case of amnesia and several mysterious green pellets in his hand—which hold unexplainable quantities of gasoline.

What mystery is this? And more importantly, what massive cover-up will Captain Oley unmask, still as he searches for his own identity, that may threaten to rock America to her core?

“I Wish I Had Those Green Pellets” is an action/mystery and military science fiction book written in short, digestible paragraphs and chapters that explores decades of secrets, intertwined past, and strange phenomena. Read and discover the unknown.

This epic story is written by Carl Kegerreis, a Vietnam War veteran. Carl was drafted into the US Army in 1961, worked for thirty-three years as a Federal Police, and got promoted to division chief and worked cases with the US Secret Service, the FDA, and the FBI. He has also worked with state, county, and local law enforcement agencies. Carl has also authored the children's book “Searching for Elock” and lives with his wife in Ohio.

Find out the mystery of the green pellets. Be sure to include “I Wish I Had Those Green Pellets” in your read list. Book is available in Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other retail outlets.

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