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The Biographies of John Charles Fremont: The very first Republican candidate for President

John Charles Fremont in 1856 became the very first Republican candidate for President. He was also an adventurer, explorer, military officer, businessman, and U.S. Senator.

He became the military governor of northern California by right of military conquest, not election. He was one of the first two U.S. Senators selected by the new state of California to represent the state in Washington. Fremont was a businessperson. His $10M California gold country holdings were worth the equivalent of perhaps a half billion dollars today, making Fremont, one of the wealthiest candidates for president in U.S. history.

Fremont’s colorful life and career made him vulnerable to allegations of scandal -his campaign was dogged by claims of illegitimate birth, secret Catholicism, and even cannibalism. Some of these claims were true. And Fremont was hindered by his principled and steadfast opposition to the further spread of slavery – the issue that in four short years would propel the nation into a bloody Civil War.

His distinguished career of exploration helped open the West to settlement and popularized the region to countless emigrants who used his reports as their guidebooks: Mormon settlers in Utah, California’s Forty-Niners, and emigrants to Oregon. His unorthodox campaign to conquer California ultimately succeeded, but left him court-martialed and disgraced.

The Biographies of John Charles Fremont surveys the career of this amazing character and tells how the story of his life was captured by journalists, historians, and biographers.

If you are seeking an alternative to reading mysteries or fiction. Fremont’s real life reads far better than any fiction novel.

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“The Dead Bank Diary” by Anna Schlegel

A financial thriller might not have cops, killings, and bloody scenes, but it holds the reader’s interest in a different way. Money, frauds, complicated schemes to bankrupt a bank… all these build the suspense and keep the reader guessing and turning the pages as fast as possible. This is exactly what Anna Schlegel’s novel, “The Dead Bank Diary”, manages: to keep readers on the edge of their seats. And the most chilling aspect of the Russian writer’s thriller is the fact that it is inspired from real life.

“The Dead Bank Diary” is the first book in a series, and it focuses on the narrator, Ann, and Victor, a financier and retired intelligence officer. Together, the two arrange a couple of complex financial frauds that can get them in huge trouble at any time. However, the trick is to be smart enough, make a perfect plan, and then perform a beautiful, clean fraud that no one will ever see coming. Ann and Victor make an amazing team, and readers will follow their adventures excitedly. At first, not everyone will like Victor, but the author is amazing when it comes to character development, and as they will start learning more things about this man, readers will begin to understand him and empathize with him.

Even though she didn’t put real events in her novel, Anna Schlegel did take her inspiration from her own life in Moscow. Her character, Victor, is based on a real person she worked with, a retired foreign intelligence service officer and a magnificent fraudster. He was a powerful, influential man the author admired a lot, which also determined her to write her novel in his memory. “The Dead Bank Diary” is all about money, banks, and financial schemes. Readers will be absolutely fascinated by the world Anna Schlegel paints on the pages of her book, and by the cold, gloomy Moscow which proves to be the perfect setting for the mysterious plots the characters create and set into motion.

“The Dead Bank Diary” is one of those novels that make you ask yourself uncomfortable questions after you have finished it. For instance, how much of it is fiction and how much is reality? Do things like that actually happen right before our eyes? Anna Schlegel has written a book that has everything it needs to become a bestseller. It certainly is a must-read for all fans of the thriller genre.

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“An Involuntary Spy: A GMO Thriller” by Kenneth Eade

There’s nothing better than spending a lazy afternoon with a cup of hot chocolate and an action-packed thriller that can help you forget about your surroundings and take you to a world of spies, agents, and unlikely heroes. If you plan on spending such an afternoon, then “An Involuntary Spy: A GMO Thriller” by Kenneth Eade is one of the best choices you can make. Adventure, corruption, passion, excitement, and an average guy who never thought his perfectly normal job would get him into so much trouble. What more could you ask for?

Seth Rogan works as a biologist for the largest biotech company in the world. He loves his job and his simple life, but things are turned upside down when he is asked to do some tests on the company’s genetically engineered food. He has always tried to do the right thing, so what he discovers determines him to reveal the corruption of the government. All of a sudden, he finds himself running from people who want him dead. He even becomes an involuntary spy, even though the only things he knows about spies are from movies. And he was never quite convinced about how realistic they were.

Seth Rogan is that kind of hero all readers fall in love with the second they meet him on the first page. He is a normal guy living a normal life, but when he is put in a difficult situation, he is intelligent enough to outsmart his opponents. It’s him against the US government, and even though this thought frightens him, he’s not about to give up that easily. After all, he doesn’t regret that he told the entire world the truth about genetically engineered foods.

One of the greatest, yet scariest aspects of this novel is that the plot is very realistic. Given the fact that we never know for sure what our food contains and where it comes from, it’s easy to imagine the action in “An Involuntary Spy” playing out in real life. Kenneth Eade wanted to draw people’s attention to this issue and determine us to ask ourselves some important questions. I must say that he did a great job because, as you read the book, you can’t help but wonder if some of the things presented aren’t actually happening right now.

“An Involuntary Spy: A GMO Thriller” pulls you in from the very first chapter. No doubt, it is a book that you won’t easily forget.

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“The Next President” by Joseph Flynn

If you love fast-paced, action-packed suspense thrillers with strong, complex character and an engaging plot, then “The Next President” by Joseph Flynn is the right book for you. First published in June, 2000, eight years before the election of Barack Obama, this novel has as a central plot the assassination attempts on Franklin Delano Rawley, the first Africo-American with a chance to become president of the United States. But that’s not all. The readers will get to see everything from the assassin’s point of view – J.D. Cade -, a successful businessman and a father whose only desire is to forget his past and save his son’s life.

J.D. Cade was an Army sniper in Vietnam, but since he came back home to southern Illinois, he has tried to forget his past, thinking that he’d never have to kill again. Finally, he could have the normal life he had always wanted. But everything is turned upside down when an anonymous blackmailer threatens to expose his darkest secrets and harm his son, unless Cade agrees to use his deadly skills he acquired in the Army to kill Senator Franklin Delano Rawley. Even though Cade means the Senator no harm, and even admires him for his righteousness and love for his country, he has no choice. He agrees to kill Rawley and accepts to be manipulated by his anonymous enemy in order to save his son and get back to his normal life. Things get even more complicated when Cade’s first attempt fails and he has to infiltrate the target’s group of close people, posing as a major donor.

The way the characters are developed is incredible! Cade is very complex, and it’s impossible not to relate to him, even when you might not agree with his decisions. You can see the depth and complexity of his character when he struggles between wanting to save his son and wanting to protect Senator Rawley. Cade has his own code of honor, and he genuinely likes the charismatic Rawley, which makes him try to find another way out. Eventually, he decides he needs to find out who is behind this political conspiracy, because he cannot break all his rules and kill an innocent man.

“The Next President” is a real page-turner, and truly has everything you’d expect from a political thriller. The plot is original, the characters are believable, and the author is very talented when it comes to writing action scenes. You will find yourself completely involved in the story and you’ll perceive it as a film unfolding before your eyes. So, if you feel like reading a book that will keep you up late to finish it, Joseph Flynn’s novel is the best choice you could make.

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If you like political thrillers, you will love ” American Destiny”. Read this exclusive teaser.

It’s the steamy summer of 2016 in Washington, D.C. just days before the Democratic National Convention. A long and painful recession has left ordinary Americans suffering, spawning the hottest Presidential Contest in history. Jack Canon, a man born into privilege, a witness to great social injustice is going to be President of the United States–no matter what! Desperate and corrupt, the leader of the free world orders a hit to slow him down. The plan backfires–the wrong people are dead–a manhunt points to the unthinkable–The President of the United States.

Rewind one year, Jack’s focus on redistribution of wealth and energy has made him powerful enemies. Once his friends, Rogue Billionaires, Oil Sheiks, the Mob, all want him gone. The current President wants him alive–thinking he can win against an unabridged liberal. A Universal Raw Nerve of wealth vs. poverty is exposed becoming a thrill ride as deep machinations of espionage, geo-politics and deception, even murder play out. Kind and charismatic, Jack’s just naughty enough to have you falling for him like one of his loving circle of loyal friends. Of course he’s flawed, a dedicated family man, faithful to one woman, but in love with two. Is it his fault his best friend is impossibly jaw dropping beautiful? Think the crime and passion of the Godfather meets the romance and innocence of Camelot. A story that could spark a movement, a book that can seed a revolution. A heart thumping climax so shocking you’ll pull the covers and draw the shades! One things for sure, through all the drama and suspense, you’ll be pulling for Jack!

Jack Canon is going to be President of the United States no matter what! This time he s ALL IN. There is a tenderness and kindness in the story, Jack Canon loves his friends.

“Lisa, you have to view yourself from a better perspective; you have a lot of great qualities.”

“That sounds like something my mother would say, Jack.” Tears started streaming down her face. “Jack, believe me, I see what’s happening to me. I’m getting older and haven’t found love, I may never find it. I’ve even considered having a baby in vitro. I’m so worried it may never happen for me.”

Lisa was spilling her guts out. “It’s just I thought she’s your favorite because she’s pretty and I’m not.”
Our waiter was back, ignoring Lisa, wiping her eyes.

He said pouring, “This is a bottle of our best Chianti compliments of the manager.” Jeffrey confided the manager on duty had called the owner of the restaurant and our being there had caused quite a stir back of house .

“Please tell your manager thank you.”

He trotted off beaming. Lisa continued the sad saga, “My dad never told me I was pretty. He used to say it to my younger sister all the time. Until the day he died, he never said I was beautiful. Even at the hospital while he lay dying I waited until he took his last breath to hear him say it, still hoping, but he never did.”

“Lisa, if that’s true it was because you’re so smart, he was focusing on that. I’m sure he thought it. Beauty is all attitude. That’s what I tell Martha and Bethany. You can talk yourself into feeling any way you want.”

“Well, I’m thirty five. I don’t think love’s in the cards for me.”

“Don’t say that. You’re talking yourself out of it. Speaking of love, have you met Bud’s girlfriend yet?”

“No, he’s keeping her all to himself, I guess.”

“Did you hear how they met?”

We were laughing together, Lisa through the tears.

“The whole office heard it, Bud bites and tells.”

“No, Jackie bit him, isn’t it wild?”

“Jackie? He calls her Jacqueline whenever I’m around. If you stop and think, Jack, it s almost Freudian.”

“Oh, you’re funny, keep that to yourself.”

“Sorry, I didn’t say it, Sandy did. Don’t kill the messenger.”

“I knew you d try to cheer me up,” Lisa said, wiping her eyes with her linen napkin.

“I don’t want to see you sad, Honey, that’s all.”

“Jack, I really am thinking of in vitro and I want to have a family even without a husband. Tell me if I’m way out of line but I’ve been fantasizing you would be my donor.”

I almost spit out the wine. Where did that come from? This can t be happening. I could barely believe my ears, didn t Lisa realize I could never father her child and not feel responsible?

“Before you say anything, I promise you no one would ever know. It would be our secret; I would take it to the grave.”

I felt my face may be getting flushed suddenly, the fireplace felt very hot, I was feeling freaked out and had to get her off the subject.

“Lisa, I’ve got a much better idea. I ll help you find someone.”

“How are you going to do what I haven’t been able to do my whole life?”

“I bet you I can do it. Give me a year. If you aren’t in a relationship by then, I’ll consider it.” If not, I could always ask Sandy to be her wingman. She’d get her drunk, dressed and out. No, that would be too easy. If I really care about her and I’m not just kidding myself then I’d want to see her in love and happy.

“Consider being my donor?”

I closed my eyes, shook my head and took a deep breath in and out, “I can’t, Honey but listen, I’m sure if you’ll do what I tell you I can help you find someone.”

“What do you think I am doing wrong?”

I didn’t have the heart to tell her. Where would I begin? First, you look frumpy as hell. Even I know Mousy Brown Bobs weren’t just meant to grow out. You don’t have to be a stylist to know sweaters, pants and flats aren’t very appealing.

Instead, I said, “First of all, you know I love you right? Well, Sweetheart you don’t realize how pretty you are. Because of that, I don’t think you try very hard.”

“Do you really think I’m pretty? I don’t believe you.”

“Lisa, you’re not making any effort. Hey, you know what would really cheer you up? Join me for the concert Saturday. We’ll fly down together and have a great time. Martha’s coming.”

“Really Jack? That would be amazing.”

“First let me treat you to the mall; you can pick out something sexy to wear.”

“You’ve got to be kidding me?”

“If you’re gonna trust me to do this, I’m not gonna pull any punches. Men are visual first, Lisa, and you need to work on that.”

“Jack, I know you’re trying to help, but shouldn’t we just go back after lunch? If we take too long, everyone’s going to blame me. You know Bud will be furious, Sandy will be pissed, and Bill will get in one of his moods. You’ve got so much to do before Saturday.”

“Who cares what the people at the office think, we’re up for this; let’s go pull out all the stops! You’re important to me, Sweetheart.”

“Do you really think it would do any good?”

“By the time I get through with you, you’ll be getting a lot of attention.” Honestly, I didn’t have a clue, but I figured anything off the rack had to be better than what she had on.


“Ya, what is it Honey?”

“I’ve always wanted to tell you you’re beautiful. Don’t take it wrong I mean in a rugged way, but you attract people like a magnet. I’m talking about real people, Jack. You’ve got charisma.”

Lisa was sounding like she had too much wine.

“Lisa, you’re a math wiz, with all the girls out there making bad choices, picking the wrong guy, the odds ought to be in your favor to get one of the good ones that’s left, right?”

“Funny, Jack, but it’s working. You’re making me feel better. I’m almost allowing myself to dream a little. Are you just getting my hopes up?”

“Lisa in a little while, you’ll be beating them off with a stick.”

“Okay, Jack I’ll give it a try. I’ll do whatever you say, I’m all in.”

What drives him?

Early in his life he witnessed unbelievable inhumanity. At the tender age of ten he vowed to someday change this cruel and unjust world.

I ll never forget the look on my dad’s face. We were stopped at a checkpoint by dangerous looking men in military uniforms. Soldiers hollering back and forth waiving weapons, searching through our things, taking anything they wanted. One guerilla was approached by an emaciated little boy with skin so thin it strained to cover his veins. Crying out, eyes bulging from hollow sockets, the child’s spindly arms grasped for the soldier’s leg. The helpless act was answered with the butt end of a rifle, sending the child violently to the ground. Semi convulsing, blood gushing from his head, the boy curled up in a tiny brown ball and went to sleep. At least that’s what my mom told me. That scene played over and over in my head growing up. It made me sad, but mostly furious, that life could be so unfair. Our family missionary trip to Africa meant to teach us love, compassion, and understanding had burned a fire in my belly so intense it stayed with me throughout my life.

That was forty years ago Today, back to back recessions have left ordinary people hurting.

One in six Americans are food challenged.

Nearly one million in the U.S. are homeless, 13% of those are employed full time.

Worldwide, two billion people, live on less than two dollars a day.

Fact: 1% of the World Population controls 50% of Global resources the rest are forced to live on what remains.

Jack’s focus on redistribution of wealth and energy has made him powerful enemies. Once his friends, Rogue Billionaires, Oil Sheiks, the Mob, all want him gone. The current President wants him alive–thinking he can win against an unabridged liberal. A Universal Raw Nerve of wealth vs. poverty is exposed becoming a thrill ride as deep machinations of espionage, geo-politics and deception, even murder play out.

Would you Risk the Crime of the Century to Set Things Right?!

I think those excerpts and the idea that there is so much tenderness between Jack and his female friends. Plus,
What does it really take to become President of the United States? Would you risk the Crime of the Century to help those less fortunate?

What is one of the main points of this book? It’s sexy! For example:

Like earlier, when Lisa and I walked into the salon the young women who walked over to greet us made quite an impression. Her movements caught my eye as we entered and I secretly hoped she’d be interacting with us. Walking like it was an art form, she slinked her way toward the front reception area and strangely unlike most people the closer she got the better she looked. An all black mini dress barely covered her. From a high collar, it scooped ultra low backless loosely draping her bottom revealing some of her sides and lowest back.
I could make out a couple tattoos without trying to hard. They were both in handwritten script; one across the exposed part of her foot read butterflies. The writing flowed beautifully at the angle of her heels. The other four lines of a story centered across her ribs. Normally I don t even like tattoos, now I’m fantasizing about tracing the letters with my tongue and tasting her skin. Once upon a time, a girl got her heart broken

Her hair was gorgeous. She wore it mid back length, stick straight, with bangs just touching the top of her softly brushed brows. Crazy, I’ve never liked black hair before, but I was fascinated by the shine.
Close up her face looked smooth as silk, like it was in soft focus. Her delicate features reminded me of a new fawn with giant eyes and a turned up nose. I thought, the lighting must be magnificent in here, so I looked over at Lisa to test the theory.

Lisa shot me a look like don’t you dare compare me to her. It wasn’t the lighting.

Face to face, I focused on her steely blue eyes under large lids covered in smoky dark charcoal. Her body language was saying no, quickly twitching her head. She looked Lisa up and down as if she was nothing, and then briefly turned a dismissive glance towards me.

Through high gloss lips that were a perfect match for a hot pink scarf she wore, she asked, “What can we do for you today?”

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Saving Our Sons by Dr. Daryl Green with Riyim Bashir

There is an unspoken atrocity being perpetrated against a large segment of our population.  I’m talking about young Black men.  Didn’t know anything about it?  Neither do a lot of people because of the way statistics are presented in the media.  Dr. Green in his video “Saving Our Sons” puts the statistics together so that we get a global view of the war against young Black men.

Here’s a telling statistic – there are more Black men in prison than there are in college.  What other population segment has that to talk about – none.  How about the fact that one out of nine Black men will be incarcerated between the ages of 20 and 34.   My own addition to these two facts would be who is making money out of these Black men being incarcerated, whose incarceration is paid for with tax dollars?  Private corporations that’s who,  on the backs of these young men. Additionally, less than 50% of Black male’s graduate from high school in some parts of the country.

The host on the video,  Riyam Bashir,  examines the problems associated with young Black males and leads a passionate and candid discussion with Dr. Green in hopes of breaking these negative trends associated with Black boys.

Irregardless of their class, without intervention too many Black boys will not survive in the 21st century.  Saving Our Sons’ DVD seeks to provide ways for parents, educators, and supporters to assist these boys in their positive development.

The population segment, in this country, that is the most under served and most punished is young Black men.  In the video linked below you can hear the interview and learn even more about what’s really going on.

I, for one, am deeply disturbed about the subjugation of young Black men and think it is more than time for rescue plans to be put into place.  Only with a concerted effort will things be changed.

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Jack Canon’s American Destiny by Greg Sandora

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Jack Canon is an idealist.  He’s on the road to fight the good fight and the only road that will allow him to do that is the one leading to the White House.  Great plan, but plans don’t always end up going the way we want.  This Senior Democratic Senator from Kentucky is a  kind, smart, charismatic family man.   He is a man of superior intelligence who isn’t afraid to admit to a mistake.  He has always been faithful,  but he has a very intimate, hands off relationship with Sandy his assistant.  Hopefully this won’t derail his campaign.

None of the bad guys want him in office and they knew he had plans to change America and make us an even greater country.  The bad guys want to maintain the status quo so there were numerous attempts on Jack’s life trying to ensure that he would never be president.  The  first murderous attack backfired, but then others joined the fray.  The three forces of evil and chaos are -  The Mob, Rogue Billionaires and Oil Sheiks.

Through all of this, the President wants to run against Jack. Jack has plans to change our country for the better and has the intelligence to traverse the murky waters of political infighting.

“Jack Canon’s American Destiny” is a sly ride on a slippery slope.  This fast paced thriller is packed with political issues that mirror what we have going on today.  If you notice, the villains are a conglomerate of who we have deadly problems with right now, so it echoes what we deal with on the global level at this time.

The author, Greg Sandora, manages to introduce all this well written madness in a way that will keep you glued to this book.  Sandora has used well flushed out characters, timely villains, an image of our present president therefore the actions are very relatable to the reader.

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“More Than Rivals” by Mary Whitney

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You don’t have to be a fan of the romance genre to love this book. This is one of those romance novels that I would recommend to anyone who is looking for a good read, because it’s so much more than what you might expect at first. A chance meeting, electrifying chemistry between two equally smart and determined partners, and a tough decision… will they pursue a relationship, or will they ignore the attraction they feel for each other in favor of their careers?

Lily meets Jack in a coffee shop the night before she announces she’s running for Congress. He has the impression that he’s seen her before. She doesn’t want to scare him off, so she avoids telling him much about herself. Jack is fascinated by her, but when he tells her she’s the most interesting woman he’s met in a long time and wants to see her again, Lily leaves without even giving him her number. She says he’ll find out soon enough why they can’t meet again. Well… let’s just say she has no idea how right she is, because if he didn’t expect her to be Sonoma County Supervisor Ursula Robles, she certainly didn’t expect him to be California State Senator John Bengston.

When they do meet again, it is as political opponents. This is when things get complicated. At first, Lily does a great job at avoiding John. She is determined to pursue her career, and dating a politician is not on her “to do” list. John, however, is not willing to let her go. After all, she is beautiful, intelligent, a great mother and a worthy opponent. Slowly, they become friends, and from friendship to love and an intimate relationship is just one step.

This novel poses a delicate question that most of us must answer at a certain moment: what is more important, love or career? And can they ever work together? For Lily and John the situation is much more complicated, because they are in the same field and this makes it almost impossible to separate their personal life from the professional one.

“More Than Rivals” is a brilliantly written novel that you won’t be able to put down. Lily and John are believable and likeable characters you’ll love from the first page and want to see together at the end. They form a modern, well-balanced couple, and their moments together are so sweet that you won’t get enough of them. My advice is to get this book and read it, because it’s not often you find such a good romance story with a dash of politics.

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Green Illusions: The Dirty Secrets of Clean Energy and the Future of Environmentalism (Our Sustainable Future) by Ozzie Zehner

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Since the late 60′s I’ve been very active and vocal as a part of the radical feminist movement.  When you do that type of politics or work it’s extremely important to have a global view of all the issues that impact what your focus is at any given time.

For instance the pro-choice issue is interlinked with employment issues.  Environmental issues are tied to the economy.  As a matter of fact all of these issues, along with many others, are interlinked and impact one another.

Green Illusions delves into many of the solutions offered by environmentalists and gives you facts that show where the popular solution has major flaws.  Many of the solutions  offered by proponents of alternative energy don’t often reveal all of the energy it will take to manufacture and maintain the systems delivering the power.

In the meantime people move 40 miles away from their jobs, leave water running when they’re doing other things, lights on in every room thinking it’s okay because they have LED lights, 4 tv’s per household.  Those are just the small scale issues.  When you get into corporate America and the military the issues get huge.

Green Illusions is a well written and well researched book where Ozzie Zehner plays the devil’s advocate on each of the “green” arguments.  This is a book that should be in every activist’s, parents and teachers libraries.  It’s going to go into mine.  You can see more at the authors website here –

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“Jack Canon’s American Destiny” by Greg Sandora

Do you like political thrillers with a clever plot, heart thumping action, strong-willed characters and shocking twists? Then what are you waiting for? Grab a copy of “Jack Canon’s American Destiny” by Greg Sandora and prepare yourself for the most exciting ride. This novel is going to give you exactly what everyone is hoping for in the current political and social situation: the image of a determined man who is willing to do anything to become President of the United States and make the changes that would turn the country in a better place to live for all citizens.

Jack Canon is telling his story in a conversational, relaxed tone. He is the Senior Democratic Senator from Kentucky, but his aspirations are much higher than this. He is kind, charismatic, and a dedicated family man. He’s handsome and too intelligent for his own good, but he does have his flaws. Even though he is loyal to his wife, he is deeply in love with Sandy, his assistant. The chemistry between the two is incredible, but Jack is an honest and fair man. Let’s hope his passion won’t distract him from what he is really after.

Running for President has never been easy, but in Jack’s case things get even more complicated when he becomes the target for a murder attack. Fortunately for him, the plan backfires and the wrong people are killed. This, however, creates even more havoc. Jack has old and powerful enemies. What do you do when the Mob, Rogue Billionaires and Oil Sheiks are all after you? The only one who wants him alive is the current President, who strongly believes Jack has a chance to replace him.

Readers will love Jack Canon from the very first pages. He is confident and ready to fight for his dream. He has wanted to change this cruel and unjust world since he was 10 years old. Now he has a real chance to make a difference and he’s not going to let it go. America needs such a man. So, if you’re interested in politics and you’re indignant at what is currently happening, then you’re going to love this amazing character. Greg Sandora has a unique talent of making the reader root for his positive characters.

“Jack Canon’s American Destiny” is a suspenseful and fast-paced novel that has just the right amount of humor to make you laugh out loud but still take the plot seriously. And just when you think there’s nothing else this novel can do to surprise you, you’ll be shocked by an incredible twist. I’m not going to say more about the action, so you’ll have to discover the best parts on your own.

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