Crosscurrents – Could you kill your brother to save yourself?

302 Pages

Could you kill your brother to save yourself?

A senator proposing a weapons' control bill. A hitman with amnesia. When the hitman instinctively saves the senator, his target from another assassin, the hitman's memory returns.

Knowing the senator is his brother, does he refuse the hit and place himself in the crosshairs, or does he go through with it to save himself?

A story about power and greed, good versus evil and a family caught in the crosscurrents.

Tom Bierdz

About Tom Bierdz (Seattle, Washington Author)

Tom Bierdz

Tom Bierdz, a retired psychotherapist, was born and raised in Kenosha, WI. He earned a BA degree from Marquette University and a Master’s degree in social work from the University of Chicago. He worked in public welfare in Milwaukee and Kenosha before becoming the director of Catholic Social Services in Racine, WI. From there he went into the private practice of psychotherapy.

Several years later he retired his psychotherapy practice, earned his insurance and stockbroker’s license, and secured a CFP degree and practiced as a Certified Financial Planner.

Tom has been passionate about needing to express himself artistically. He dabbled with writing from time to time before giving it full energy during his retirement. Finally, he has committed to publish independently.

He and his wife, Susan, reside in Washington state.