The President: A Novel

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Multnomah Books, 1995 - Fiction - 501 pages
2 Reviews
Responding to the real-life political climate of a country in the midst of change, author Parker Hudson explores the dilemma of a fictional leader struggling with issues of power and faith. Filled with classic elements of political intrigue-terrorism, blackmail, and competing political agendas-The President paints a dramatic picture of the power tapped in the marriage of faith and politics.

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User Review  - Debbie West - Goodreads

this is a fantastic book! parker Hudson did an amazing job writing it. I kept saying to myself" why can't our government's leaders be Godly like William Harrison? " Now that I have read it, I have a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Victor Claar - Goodreads

Masterful story of political power-plays and intrigue. If you think Chuck Colson's fiction is good, wait until you read this. Colson will appear a rank amateur in comparison. Author Parker Hudson is ... Read full review


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About the author (1995)

Parker Hudson is the author of two novels, On The Edge and The President, and an anthology of short stories, Ten Lies and Ten Truths.

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