"Fictionalized', hahaha!! Yup, amazing when you take into consideration the kind of connections certain sociopaths possess and it is so true that Power attracts the corruption. Most people are just so busy living their lives that until someone falls into the rabbit hole there is little need to look around. Kitty is a brave woman and take it from me, until it happens to you most people have no idea how dark and deep this rabbit hole goes --actor guy (Stephen Shellen)






By Mawr Gorshin, author of The Vamps  6-Sep-2015

Though this is a fictionalized memoir, it is most assuredly based on a true story. And let me tell you, this story is proof that truth is not only stranger than fiction, but it's also more exciting than fiction. The kind of corruption she writes about here is a case of 'you can't make this stuff up!' The sense of 'I smell a rat' that she writes about pulls you in, wanting to read more, and making you more and more aware of how, even in the so-called 'free world,' we all too often have to remember to watch over our backs. They're all out to get you: paranoid is just good thinking.





The rogue Intelligence Agent whose activities are revealed in this book, died on June 18, 2014 after spending years suffering from Alzheimer's disease. Others were recruited during the early years. They and the role they played is discussed in this book. They took up his 'project' on his behalf when he became too ill to continue in 2003, and, under the direction of his wife and son, have been leading the malicious persecution campaigns since 2003. 


Those others are known to Kitty Hundal and this book will have a sequel.





Visit Kitty Hundal on LibraryThing