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President Daniel Carlson is the most popular president in history. But he has a secret big enough to bring down his whole administration.

It wasn't the marijuana he smoked after graduating from Harvard. It wasn't the fact he won the presidency with the help of computer phenoms hired to hack into an electronic voting source code. It wasn't that his political family wasn't pure.

Only days before the vote for his next election, his chief of staff informs him, "They know, Daniel."

Dreams will be shattered. Lives are in danger. Can America handle the truth?

©2016 Robert Buschel (P)2016 Robert Buschel

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This book was a light fun listen given the realistic content. It really makes you wonder right to the end. Without a sequel the book probably should have been lengthened. If there is a sequel, and I hope there is, I will be buying it. Ray Porter once again is amazing.

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Thankful for Ray Porter

The saving grace was Ray Porters voice. I didn't like anything else about this book. Narrative jumped back and forth in time clumsily. Retelling scenes was annoying and inconsistent. Facts didn't add up. In one chapter Melissa is a teacher in another she wasn't. The diary entries were horribly dull and added no value to the story. The ending was at best disappointing at worst frustrating. I won't buy this author again.