Postal: Postmarked for Death
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Meet Calvin Beach, a disturbed postal clerk with a grudge against illegal immigrants and welfare mothers. He plans to keep postal inspectors busy with homemade bombs. He will succeed, too, because he has a patsy chained in an abandoned Titan missile base in the desert. But Calvin is also being watched by a rookie postal inspector named Victor Kazy, the one person who suspects the police are looking for the wrong man. When Victor finally uncovers the truth about an abduction--that of his partner Maria--watch Calvin "go postal." This updated edition is relevant to today's political debates, and depicts the ultimate far right wing extremist, who goes off the deep end into madness. Originally in hardcover, it was endorsed by Clive Cussler and John Lutz. (85,000 words)