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Frank Victoria

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Introduction for Frank Victoria

Most writers know that once words are part of their DNA, they never leave. He was a teacher for 16 years in the Chicago Public School system with an emphasis on history and civics.


One day, he picked up a book by an author he followed ... he fell in. And an idea was seeded. It was time to add author to his name. For Frank, the idea for The Founders’ Plot gushed like a new oil well bursting through the earth. 


He is a proud Marine Corps veteran, Frank calls Chicago home and enjoyed the glory of the Magnifi­cent Mile and Lakeshore Drive running along Lake Michigan. If you meet Frank, ask him about Maxwell Street and the mouth-watering polish sausage and pork chop sandwiches covered with grilled onions!

A portion of all proceeds will be given to Tunnel-to-Towers Foundation and Fisher House Foundation, both nonprofits supporting disabled veterans.

The Founders’ Plot takes the reader into the sordid and dangerous world of illegal immigration, the shady corridors and backrooms where devious politicians ply their trade, and sheds light on suspicious Supreme Court decisions.

Author and Marine veteran Frank Victoria has spun a scenario that could happen today. 

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Frank has been honored with numerous awards for his writing. Here are a few he was proud to receive.

Media Questions for Frank Victoria and The Founders’ Plot

Should illegal immigration be shut down? 

Is shutting down immigration a way to bring sanity to the chaos at the border many are feeling? 

Or is there another solution?

Why should every state be concerned about immigration?

In The Founders’ Plot, the California Governor defies the Supreme Court. Could that happen today?


How would an opposition party respond to a Governor who ignores a Supreme Court ruling that states the Governor’s immigration law was unconstitutional?

Will a blackmail attempt prevent the Governor from implementing his plan?

Could the Governor’s action lead to his recall?

How will sanctuary city mayors react to the Governor’s immigration law and his defiance of the Supreme Court ruling?

What happens when family members disagree with what the Governor is proposing?

There is an assassination attempt on DiGrasso. Will he survive? 

Could and would other states pass similar laws to what DiGrasso did?

The Speaker of the House has a dilemma ... what is it?

Is there a possibility that bribes are being offered ... and why if there are?

One of your main characters dies. Why did you decide to kill him?

Did you identify with any of the characters? Which one(s)?

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