Iowa's Double Agent

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AuthorHouse, Sep 8, 2004 - Fiction - 292 pages
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This timely, present day novel is a combination of suspense and intrigue filled with foreign interest and entanglements. The plot is breathtakingly imaginative and inventive. It involves greed, power and money, spiced and twisted with ruthless individuals determined to control the world around them. This thriller involves an elite plan, developed by international decision makers and involves a national presidential election. Months before the election, the clandestine members go to murderous lengths to place key personnel in staff positions. Finally, days before the general election, the president and vice presidential candidates make a final swing visit to northern Iowa. Being back on hometown terrority, the candidates feel comfortable and attend party rallies. After a very successful private fund raising appearance, the candidates prepare to leave a private home. As the presidential candidate walks to his car, he is shot. After surgery, he dies. As the nation learns of the shooting and death, several strategically placed party representatives use their power to influence the vice presidential candidate to run for the now vacant presidential office. The candidate accepts, putting the final stages of the detailed plan into motion. After several members of various intelligence agencies travel to Iowa to investigate the shooting, another person is murdered. As the characters develop, the story becomes extraordinarily gripping with fascinating and riveting action. It is weaved with foreign characters, human interest and detailed local color. It is an unusual, absorbing novel that will hold your interest and make you wonder if such events are possible.

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