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Artificial Attrition

Artificial Attrition     

by David A. Epperson
Price: $26.95

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505 Pages, Hardback, 6 x 9

ISBN-10: 0-9745307-0-0
ISBN-13: 978-0-9745307-0-3

Who do you call when you can't call the police? When the highest authorities are morally contaminated and untouchable? When you are assumed guilty until proven innocent? Federal prisoners with no family or friends are disappearing. No one should miss them, but someone does. In Artificial Attrition, a charismatic media icon, a renegade Texan, a meticulous septuagenarian airline pilot, a stunning statistician with an obedient Rottweiler, and a mysterious wealthy protector of the downtrodden are all unwittingly summoned to the aid of one man - who through a bureaucratic mistake is drawn into a secret world where lowly prisoners have become the toys of an evil madman. This unlikely team attempts to rescue the forgotten inmates and clean up the unlimited corruption that has come with unlimited power behind the walls of America's prisons.

About The Author

David Epperson was raised in Waterford, Michigan. After graduating from school, he enlisted in the United States Navy, where was recognized for outstanding service with the highest peacetime award, the Navy Achievement Medal. He served his country for six years, and was honorably discharged in 1980. The advanced electronics training David received in the Navy enabled him to pursue the dream of starting his own business in the field of medical imaging. David began writing in 1998. In 2001 he relocated to Northern California to pursue writing full-time. In addition to Artificial Attrition, he has completed A Future From The Past, which will be available in the spring of 2004. The Swallow, which is the sequel to Artificial Attrition, will be completed in the fall of 2004. David and his wife Francie have been married for 24 years, raising one son, six dogs, and a cat. His hobbies include snow skiing, water skiing, and boating. He is an instrument rated pilot.