Berkley, Feb 2003, 7.50, 384 pp.
President Jordan is elated that his second term in office is winding down though he knows he will miss the illusion of power. He is tired of the terrorists who have blown up five public buildings in the past eighteen months and looks forward to divorcing his First Lady and marrying his top security advisor.
However even in the final laps, the deadly Aryan Disciples provide a direct threat to J...
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