The Melting Man
By: Chris Michael
Length: 411 pages
Release date: Nov 25, 2013
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The Melting Man is anything but a perfect human being. Anyone who shows a blatant disregard for the law and the people sworn to uphold it cannot be perfect. But as a criminal he was indeed perfect. His ability to plan, execute and disappear had become a thorn in the side of the FBI for years. He had no illusions about remaining perfect. He had also planned an exit strategy insuring he wouldn't be looking for a chair when the music stopped. There could only be one ending if he stayed too long. And too long was getting close.
Matt Maki is anything but a perfect human being. He also is very close to being a perfect FBI agent. A young and talented rising star in the Bureau, he has closed every case assigned to him despite being threatened, shot and almost dying. The more heinous the criminal the more Matt enjoyed the arrest. The only thing that stood between him and a perfect record was one of the most cunning and devious criminals in the history of the United States. It was the first case Matt was assigned to and to date the only one that had not resulted in a conviction. The Melting Man was his imperfection.
Chris Keast is anything but a perfect human being. He was no stranger to extortion, bribery, stealing classified information and breaking a host of other statutes that he found annoying, but when it came to fighting cancer in children he was as close to perfect as you can get. The Gabriel Institute only took the cases others have given up on and only one child had not walked out of the same doors he or she had walked into. He only had one goal; the children he treated would all leave his hospital alive and cancer free. To hell with the laws and regulations; they were not his problem.
In a truly perfect world the good guy catches the bad guy. The bad guy spends the rest of his life in jail. Children never die from cancer. It is the imperfection of this world that brings these men together. In a perfect world they would never meet. This is not a perfect world.