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The Bad Man Elgin J. Dobbins

The Bad Man

Elgin J. Dobbins

Published August 26th 2011
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Kindle Edition
48 pages
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 About the Book 

ONE’S JUST DESSERTS ALWAYS COME TO HIM. This story provides a warning to those who have always used his fellow man. A businessman with larceny in his soul is confronted with his worst nightmare when he is faced with a situation he can not control.MoreONE’S JUST DESSERTS ALWAYS COME TO HIM. This story provides a warning to those who have always used his fellow man. A businessman with larceny in his soul is confronted with his worst nightmare when he is faced with a situation he can not control. This is the just of the latest rendition of Elgin J. Dobbins’ new entitle “The Bad Man.” The story tells the tale of Gilbert Daniel Bloomington when he is faced with his own mortality as a human being who has always looked out for number one.The storyline opens with Gilbert preparing to go to work- he is a self made businessman who is ruthless with no regard for others. Before the day is over, he will face the prospect of becoming a statistic in the scrap heap of human history. He will be faced with his own misdeeds and will regret how he has lived, using others as his doormat. The turn of events will show him how all his riches cannot free him from the anvil of blame- he carries around in his soul.The strange turn of events lets him know how important others are in the soap opera call life. Gilbert will regret the day he was born. He will question the way he has treated his fellow human beings, and the way he conducted his business. Will Gilbert be a changed man or will he be lost in his self absorbed worship of himself? Can he redeem himself or is it too late? The answer will surprise the reader and Gilbert’s experiences will make the reader examine himself and his life.Well crafted and written in a way that will change the reader, “The Bad Man” will activate the reader’s imagination. It is a story that will not let you rest until you have made sure that you are not in the same boat as Gilbert finds himself. “The Bad Man” is an inspired book that may cause the reader to examine his life.