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  • Executive Actions

  • By: Gary Grossman
  • Narrated by: John McLain
  • Length: 20 hrs and 50 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (288 ratings)

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Executive Actions

By: Gary Grossman
Narrated by: John McLain
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Publisher's summary

An assassin takes aim at a Presidential candidate during a primary stump speech. The instant he pulls the trigger, the outcome of the election is irrevocably changed. But Democrat Teddy Lodge, an upcoming media sweetheart, isn't killed. His wife is. As a result, Lodge emerges as the man to beat and the greatest threat to the incumbent President, Morgan Taylor.

Under a specific directive from the President, Special Service Agent Scott Roarke delves into the case and begins to unravel a deadly plot that incubated for more than 30 years; designed to alter America's allegiances in the Middle East. From the first few seconds, Executive Actions culls events from today's headlines intersecting with a scenario that's shockingly real: An insidious plot hatched in the old days of the Soviet Union continues to grow to fruition in the hands of a power hungry Middle East heir to the throne. At its core, a sleeper is awakened to take a prominent role in American Life. Executive Actions is a tense political thriller; an election year page-turner, where both the Presidency and the Constitution are at stake.

©2012 Gary Grossman (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

Critic reviews

"The best political thriller I have read in a long time, right up there with the very best of David Baldacci." (Michael Palmer, bestselling author of The Society)
"Grossman has done a lot of research on everything from political infighting to clandestine military operations, and he manages to hold reader interest right up to the inevitable conclusion." (Publisher's Weekly)