In Gary Grossman's Executive Actions, the first book in the Executive series, he had written a fantastic thriller dealing with the war and ongoing political elections with a twist. For Morgan Taylor, he was the president of the United States who was up for re-election of a second term. For Scott Rourke, he was his top Secret Service agent who was on mission to uncover the story of his running mate, Teddy Lodge. Between the both of them, in a race against time from the nominations to the swearing in, they went out to proof a hidden conspiracy to take down the country and uncovered the secret between them with an assassin who had killed people to cover it up, and the truth behind his assassination attempt. There was a shocking climax right to the end.
This was a fantastic political thriller that would leave you at the edge of your seat. I cared about the country and what was at stake, during this election. I once cared about Lodge, until I've learned he was a phony and a hippocrate. I love Katie and Scott together and the President as well. I loved the USA and Libya as dual locations with vast settings for this novel. This would make you keep reading all night and don't want to put it down. You'll be hooked and intrigued with every page. Excellent drama and non-stop action with intrigue, suspense and a lot of mystery to keep you guessing.
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