Condor and the Crown (Google eBook)

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Dreamspinner Press, Sep 23, 2011 - Fiction - 200 pages
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Sequel to Out of the Gilded Cage
Condor One: Book Five

When former President of the United States David Windsor is appointed the American ambassador to the Court of St. James, it necessitates a move to England. Uprooting his family and moving his staff, David and his husband, ex-Secret Service Agent Shane Thompson-Windsor, settle into Winfield House with their adopted son, Jack, and two feisty Scottie puppies.

Life is finally settling into a routine when Jack is abducted by Libyan nationals. No longer able to call directly upon US military forces, David turns to his successor as President, Victoria Wilson, to enlist her aid and gain her approval of a daring rescue attempt, and asks his cousin King William for help luring the kidnapper to British soil for retribution. Itís a mission that will ultimately involve the British Marines and even personal phone calls to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi as David will stop at nothing to see his son safely home.

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User Review  - TanaT - LibraryThing

Condor and the Crown is the fifth book of this series, the story starts off with David and Shane along with their son Jack moving to England. David Windsor has been appointed to serve as the American ... Read full review

Review: Condor and the Crown (Condor #5)

User Review  - Angela Stone - Goodreads

I gave his book a 3/5 stars solely out of loyalty to John and the Condor series. I think it's more a 2/5 or even a 1/5. The book starts off with Jack who's supposed to be a teenager, suddenly ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

John Simpson is a Vietnam Era Veteran, former Police Officer of the Year, a Federal Agent, a Federal Magistrate, an armed bodyguard to Saudi Royalty, a senior Federal Government executive, and recipient of awards from the Vice President of the United States and the Secretary of Treasury. John feels that for too long fiction writers neglected gay men. John writes entertaining, enjoyable, and enthralling fiction centered on the lives and lifestyles of gay men. John allows his readers to see life through gay mens' eyes. And just like real life, John's characters have active and exciting sex lives. .John lives with his partner of 36 years who he legally married in 2008, and their three Scottish Terriers.

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