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Conner Murphy has lived his life as the quintessential man’s man; a rugged entrepreneur who valued his family, friendships, and country above all. But as America changed, so did Conner. He became apathetic as he witnessed the unbridled power of governmental agencies stripping the freedoms of forsaken citizens. Nearing sixty and a widower, Conner has no stomach to be engage Conner Murphy has lived his life as the quintessential man’s man; a rugged entrepreneur who valued his family, friendships, and country above all. But as America changed, so did Conner. He became apathetic as he witnessed the unbridled power of governmental agencies stripping the freedoms of forsaken citizens. Nearing sixty and a widower, Conner has no stomach to be engaged in the new America where countless frustrations and unspeakable atrocities are foisted upon the people by unelected and unaccountable bureaucracies. Then something happens that changes everything. Conner helplessly looks on as his son’s young family suffers inconceivable frustration and horror at the hands of the Public Health Agency, a bureaucracy rife with corruption that puts political agendas ahead of the medical concerns of its citizens. Conner’s apathy turns to anger and he is determined to see the ones responsible for his family’s grief punished. What he doesn’t bargain for is the ferocity of their retaliation.


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Conner Murphy has lived his life as the quintessential man’s man; a rugged entrepreneur who valued his family, friendships, and country above all. But as America changed, so did Conner. He became apathetic as he witnessed the unbridled power of governmental agencies stripping the freedoms of forsaken citizens. Nearing sixty and a widower, Conner has no stomach to be engage Conner Murphy has lived his life as the quintessential man’s man; a rugged entrepreneur who valued his family, friendships, and country above all. But as America changed, so did Conner. He became apathetic as he witnessed the unbridled power of governmental agencies stripping the freedoms of forsaken citizens. Nearing sixty and a widower, Conner has no stomach to be engaged in the new America where countless frustrations and unspeakable atrocities are foisted upon the people by unelected and unaccountable bureaucracies. Then something happens that changes everything. Conner helplessly looks on as his son’s young family suffers inconceivable frustration and horror at the hands of the Public Health Agency, a bureaucracy rife with corruption that puts political agendas ahead of the medical concerns of its citizens. Conner’s apathy turns to anger and he is determined to see the ones responsible for his family’s grief punished. What he doesn’t bargain for is the ferocity of their retaliation.

33 review for The Little Bureaucrat

  1. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    The title made me wary of reading the book because Bureaucrats are boring. But this book is compelling and well written. Great vocabulary so you know the author thought about how to best express the ideas. Although I don't necessarily think the reality of a Public Health Agency will happen the book is a good portrayal of what could happen with a corrupt system. I fully enjoyed reading this book. I received a copy of "The Little Bureaucrat" from Goodreads First Reads.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    I'll be honest....I had a hard time getting into this book. While the writing style isn't bad it just didn't grab me and I really didn't like the ending. I would have rated it a 2 or a 2.5 but I added extra points for the plot since it was a good idea. *I won this book in a GoodReads First Reads giveaway*

  3. 5 out of 5

    P.M. Matthews

    It’s a must read. “When the government decides who lives and dies, Americans have lost control of Liberty. I strongly urge you to read The Little Bureaucrat by P. M. Matthews. I found it to be a chilling tale of massive government corruption that is sure to follow the onset of Obamacare. It’s a must read.” ~ Herman Cain, Businessman & Tea Party Activist It’s a must read. “When the government decides who lives and dies, Americans have lost control of Liberty. I strongly urge you to read The Little Bureaucrat by P. M. Matthews. I found it to be a chilling tale of massive government corruption that is sure to follow the onset of Obamacare. It’s a must read.” ~ Herman Cain, Businessman & Tea Party Activist

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