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Thrown Away: the Walking Papers

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In 1992, Jeffrey McPoe plummets below the 40-50 feet deep cliff with his car, one heart-pounding event ahead of his disaster. As the investigator himself, it turned the other way around; he has just become the interrogated guy and the embassy's object of investigation. As the probe tracks his frantic race toward proving his innocence, he is tormented by mad visions and by ...more
Paperback, Final Edition, 122 pages
Published June 4th 2014 by Onofre M. Poonin (first published December 19th 2013)
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Eufrain Poonin
Jun 12, 2014 Eufrain Poonin rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: read and enjoy
The author was a former Consular Investigator of the U.S. Embassy who worked with the Anti-Fraud Unit for more than a decade, until such time that he met an awful vehicular accident that resulted to his separation from the service. The mishap happened when he and a driver-colleague, Homer, were traveling back home to Manila after completing background investigations in the far away province of Camarines Norte in Bicol region.

While running in a moderate speed along the winding road of Maharlika H
Eufrain Poonin
Oct 27, 2014 Eufrain Poonin rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The author provides you with an in depth description of ten of his well-depicted chapters. He carefully describes the circumstances that lead to taking you to his simple dream, his adventure and fulfillment, even to his downfall and his faith in God, the tragedy that destroyed him, and a vivid description of the character’s bitter challenges and how he managed to confront it. His enviable rise and his tragic fall highlighted the impact of the scene. Suffering a disheartening defeat at his fight ...more
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