Saluso's Game: A Ben Sylvester Mystery

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Thorndike Press, 2000 - Fiction - 316 pages
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When political consultant Ben Sylvester receives an invitation for his family to stay at a beachfront hotel in western Africa, it seems like the perfect opportunity to combine business and pleasure. But holiday plans are quickly destroyed when Ben is kidnapped by Songo Saluso, the state governor who hired him -- supposedly to give counsel on how to win a federal election fairly, although it is widely rumored that Saluso has been planning a coup. Meanwhile, Ben's wife and sons became virtual captives in their exotic hotel. Will Ben find a way to stop a desperate man's coup?

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