Bad for the Country

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Author House, Jul 26, 2010 - Fiction - 372 pages
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Should certain truths Be hidden from the Citizenry. . . War Correspondent, Danny Frain, has just lost his long time cameraman, and he blames himself for the death. The story they were working on has touched a sensitive nerve in Washington, where powerful men are plotting to undermine the current President’s administration. A regime change is about to take place if Frain doesn’t help a newly formed Task Force. After someone tampers with the fuel tank on his Cessna, Frain takes it personally. He reluctantly joins CIA analyst, Ruth Harding, in the dangerous quest for answers. The deadly search takes the pair through Virginia woodlands and a hold-on-tight ride on a storm whipped Chesapeake Bay. Harding’s beautiful, bold, and just a little bit scary and, together, they find themselves in the thick of a massive conspiracy, involving a vengeance seeking Euphrates farmer, a power hungry senator, and a rogue agent of the Central Intelligence Agency. In the end, Danny Frain has a decision to make, and he’ll make it in the middle of the worst recession since the Great Depression. If Cable News One airs the story, it could have devastating consequences for the Stock Market and America’s standing in the World, which is already at a low point. It will be–– Bad for the Country. . .
 

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Cecil White is a broadcast journalist and a private pilot. He is also a member of the Civil Air Patrol and AOPA. He has worked for major broadcast outlets and lives on the East Coast with his wife.

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