Plastic Gods

Mystery & Thrillers, General Fiction

By William Manchee

Publisher : Top Publications

ABOUT William Manchee

William Manchee
William Manchee is an attorney by trade and practices law in Dallas with his son Jim. Originally from southern California, he lives now in Plano, Texas with his wife Janet of some 41 years. Manchee discovered his passion for writing late in life at age forty-eight and has vowed to write a  More...



When the ruthless chairman of Houston's Midsouth Bank has Matt Coleman's new bride killed, Matt sets out to destroy the banker and his financial empire.  A suspense novel that exposes a ruthless conspiracy against all Americans.

" of the most exciting fiction novels of the year." Harold McFarlen Amazon Top 50 Reviewer (#39)

Non-stop plotting action makes. Plastic Gods; a book you can't put down. Denise Clark, Denise's Pieces Reviews

"...this stunning work as writer Manchee offers the reader a peek into a side of banking and credit most of us never realized might exist. Molly Martin Reviews

"Action aficionados will not be disappointed, and although the book is a work of fiction, its theme is tantalizing." Robert P. Goldman, Best Reviews

"... I started reading the book thinking it would be the same old story about greed and corruption. But it’s not. Manchee takes it to another level. ... Is it fact or fiction?" Cindy Daniel, Author of the Death Warmed Over Series.

"Plastic Gods is ... interesting & important! ... It is a lively story for anyone struggling with thousands of dollars of debt; for anyone facing a lifetime of interest payments; for anyone living beyond their means & realizing what the great American Dream is costing them. It is also a dangerous book, so be warned, it has something subversive to say that will touch just about everyone with a bank account. Good stuff!  Rebecca's Reads Reviews

 "...Manchee is a genius at taking a page from our daily lives and turning it into a high speed thriller, with characters that we definitely want to see again, and a well developed plotline that is right out of today's newspapers." Beverly Rowe,