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Lost Identity Jonathan Steel

Lost Identity

Jonathan Steel

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Michael Pawlowskie is an ex-FBI agent who spent the last fifteen years of his career working for a giant corporation. That corporation, like many others, ended up in bankruptcy. It left behind rich unemployed executives, and destitute formerMoreMichael Pawlowskie is an ex-FBI agent who spent the last fifteen years of his career working for a giant corporation. That corporation, like many others, ended up in bankruptcy. It left behind rich unemployed executives, and destitute former employees.With the bankruptcy Michael, like many others, lost nearly everything he had. In the weeks and months that followed he suffered greatly from shame and depression.And then one day he decides to fight back. Along the way he encounters help, from beautiful twin sisters. He didnt know it at the time but he would have been much better off without their help.Before he knows it, this ultra straight ex-law enforcement officer, becomes a rich and powerful man. Who gets caught up in a web of deceit, extortion, and murder.Makika Walsh and Makaila Johnson are beautiful twins that have different last names, for a very deadly reason. Not long into their relationship with Michael, they had him having to choose between turning them in for murder. Or give back 750 million to the deceased mans family. To continue to work with them meant he could give the 750 million to his newly formed organization VOCA (Victims Of Corporate Abuse), and ultimately the victims he represented.When the justice department gets involved, Michael finds himself having to choose which side of the law he is really on. On the one side, he feels he must do the just and right thing. On the other, he needs to continue helping all who have been wronged by crooked Corporate Executives. And of course, he would have to give up his newfound friends, money, and power. It would be a very difficult choice for any man. For Michael the choice was was worse, he spent his life ‘being’ the law. In time he would no longer recognizes the man he once was.