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President Down

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President Down by Terence Strong Book Resume:

Former intelligence officer and one-time instructor at the British Army School of Sniping, Phil Mason is struggling to make ends meet as a private investigator when he's contacted by his former M15 liaison officer. The overstretched security service needs all the help it can get hunting down members of al-Qaeda terror cells in the UK - and Mason needs the cash. But in the murky intelligence world of smoke and mirrors, nothing is what it seems. As a routine surveillance operation escalates into a full-blown international crisis, Mason must come to terms with the unthinkable: there must be a traitor within Britain's security forces. Entering a desperate race against time to identify and avert a major terrorist threat, Mason must hastily re-hone his old counter-sniper skills as he returns to the business he swore he had left behind forever. The killing game.

Eagle Down

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Eagle Down by Richard Fletcher Book Resume:

Eagle Down. This story is a political thriller. It’s about murder and assassination. During a severe recession, a new president puts a bill before Congress to spend a trillion and a half dollars to help the economy recover. The other political party strongly objects to this bill, so much so that a plot is hatched to assassinate the president and the vice president and take over the government and kill the bill. The plot is called Eagle Down. An assassin is hired to keep the plot undercover, and he kills four people to keep them quiet. An assassin is hired from the Far East to carry out the assassination of the president and vice president. He is called the Ghost. A reporter and an FBI agent find out about the plot and find out who the murderer is, but to no avail, as the Ghost goes about his task.

H.A.L.O

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H.A.L.O by Derek Hart Book Resume:

When orders came through for David Lockhart to gather his team together for another top-secret mission, he thought nothing of it. It came from the proper source, within proper channels, encoded with the latest series of ciphers. Everything seemed in order. It was not. The mission was a one-way ticket to oblivion and the ambush MESA walked into took every life of the team. All except one. Yup, you guessed it. David Lockhart managed to shoot his way out, a combination of skills, training, and a beautiful woman. For the perpetrators of this betrayal of one of the most successful covert teams in American history, David Lockhart's survival was not a good thing. No, it was not a good thing. For now Lockhart was mad. Not the raging, red-faced, out-of-control, irrational type of mad. You see, David Lockhart wasn't like that. His anger was far more dangerous, for his outlet was directed at planning, cold and calculating analysis of what went wrong. Just be certain that revenge would be his.

Presidents and Their Generals

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Presidents and Their Generals by Matthew Moten Book Resume:

Since 1945, as the U.S. has engaged in near-constant “wars of choice” with limited congressional oversight, the executive and armed services have shared primary responsibility for often ill-defined objectives, strategies, and benefits. Matthew Moten shows the significance of negotiations between presidents and the generals allied with them.

The Better Man

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The Better Man by Richard H. Casebier Book Resume:

Man's greatest desires are love, acceptance and power. Like a fast pace story keeping you in suspense, your nerves on end. The Better Man weaves a tangled tale of love, intrigue and murder all revolving around the US Presidency. Can a President run for a third term? The US Constitution says no but one of our characters feels otherwise. How low can a man fall an yet find redemption, love? Will a once big time Chicago attorney stop the hi-jacking of the Presidency and save himself from his own private hell? Who will live, who will die? Who is The Better Man?

Trauma Room One

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Trauma Room One by Charles A. Crenshaw Book Resume:

The Texan doctor who examined President Kennedy after his fatal shooting in Dallas talks about his findings and speculations.

The President's Weapon

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The President's Weapon by Russ Snyder Book Resume:

A dirty bomb set deep in the bowels of Madison Square Garden fails to explode due to a faulty detonator, an act that enrages newly-elected President of the United States, Robert Williams. Determined to fight terrorists and protect his country and its citizens, President Williams moves ahead three weeks later with a risky plan. Soon, a group of experts acting on orders from the President of the United States must do everything in their power to rock the world of terrorism to its core as an anxious world waits.

The Life and Times of Major Fiction

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The Life and Times of Major Fiction by Jonathan Baumbach Book Resume:

Fourteen stories use images of comedy and nightmare to deal with parents, children, love, marriage, passion, and divorce

The Pacification of Earth

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The Pacification of Earth by Dean Warren Book Resume:

The Pacification of Earth is presented in three sections. Part I, American Revolt: By 2090 almost half of the now immense American population is on welfare. Brilliant, talking computers have stolen most service and middle management jobs, while exploding populations in the southern hemisphere monopolize dumb factory work. And aquifers dry, world wide, causing food shortages. Ben Bjorn, a blond, young Welfie of the merged San Diego and Los Angeles ghetto, escapes a life of squalor by entering the Marine Corps. Well educated by his uncle, he vows to somehow fix the worlds present ugliness. The U.S. invades Mexico with the object of building a death strip along the border that will keep back desperate migrants. Bjorn excels in the resulting combat that involves underwater fleets, personal armor, flechette weapons, and invisible vehicles. We see him grow from a nave, lusty youth to a self-disciplined warrior. The administration cuts Welfie rations while exporting wheat. In the disorder that follows, Bjorn helps his people, is given command of a self-defense Welfie battalion. Fights escalate to a civil war in which Bjorn is the military fist of a Welfie triumvirate. As Part I ends, the Welfies win, rations are equalized, and fertility depressant is dumped into all water supplies. Part II, The Crescent Strikes: As 2100 dawns, Chinese agents kidnap Bjorn and require, as ransom, the shipment of American wheat to their starving people. After our hero escapes by cleverly killing his captors, Europe pleads for military help against the Turkish-led Moslems who threaten invasion from across the Bosphorus. As if those two threats werent enough, American Achievers, the educated and employed class, seek their old power and perquisites. Rebellion simmers below the feet of the Welfie government. After Bjorn survives a Turkish assassination attempt, he flies one hundred and fifty thousand high technology troops to Romania and assumes command of European forces. Estranged from his wife, he also acquires a gorgeous German mistress. In early spring, the Moslems cross the Bosphorus into Europe and throw back part of Bjorns army. He builds defenses behind the Danube Canal. While retreating to that line, Bjorn wins the loyalty of European Achiever officers and raw Balkan units. Moslem armies strike Bjorns line. Defenders respond with fuel-air explosives, smart missiles, flechette rifles, stealth tanks, and microwave weapons that shut down electrical systems. Bjorns mistress, a tool of Achiever conspirators, tries to murder him. He encircles and defeats the Moslems. Bjorn then crushes an Achiever-led rebellion in Western Europe and establishes personal control. News that Chinese armies threaten Siberia convinces Bjorn that the survival of civilization requires he continue his conquests. A world empire is the only cure for humanitys ills. Part III, Imperial Power: In early spring of 2102, Bjorn is thirty years old. He boards his ramjet transport for Irkutsk, in Siberia, while the Chinese gather overwhelming forces nearby in Mongolia. Near his destination, anti-aircraft missiles hunt his aircraft but a brilliant pilot--an Anne Scowcraft--pancakes the aircraft on a swamp in the Siberian taiga. His small party ambushes the killers sent by the Achiever commander of the Russian defenses and finally reaches safety with the German Corps Bjorn has sent as reinforcements to the Slavs. Bjorn manages a Russian command change and a retreat. A romance with Anne grows while Bjorn prepares a defense on the Ob River and establishes a blocking force on the Old Silk Road into Kazakastan. These are the two major land invasion routes to and from China. He sets in motion the conquest of Turkey and Iran, and appoints his ex-wife chief of a world-wide fertility depressant campaign. He announces a World Federation and asks Latin America and Asia to

Understanding American government and politics

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Understanding American government and politics by Duncan Watts Book Resume:

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Paving the Way for Madam President

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Paving the Way for Madam President by Nichola D. Gutgold Book Resume:

Profiles five women who ran for major party nominations in their quest to become president of the United States, chronicling their efforts to break the "glass ceiling" in politics.

Bull by the Horns

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Bull by the Horns by Sheila Bair Book Resume:

NEW YORK TIMES and WALL STREET JOURNAL BESTSELLER The former FDIC chairwoman, and one of the first people to acknowledge the full risk of subprime loans, offers a unique perspective on the financial crisis. Appointed by George W. Bush as the chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in 2006, Sheila Bair witnessed the origins of the financial crisis and in 2008 became—along with Hank Paulson, Ben Bernanke, and Timothy Geithner—one of the key public servants trying to repair the damage to the global economy. Bull by the Horns is her remarkable and refreshingly honest account of that contentious time and the struggle for reform that followed and continues to this day.

The President's Hero

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The President's Hero by Louis V. Rohr Book Resume:

Jack Malloy, former All American football player from Notre Dame and a running back for the New York Jets, becomes a bum when his football days are over. His classmate, Sam Shalom, becomes the president of the United States. As president Shalom is concerned with the high cost of incarcerating prisoners. He plans to use an abandoned Naval base in the South Pacific to determine if 500 prisoners can support themselves. He needs someone to represent him on the island. The individual must be courageous, strong, likeable, and a bit crazy. He thinks of Jack Malloy. The FBI finds Jack in jail with a bunch of drunks. Jack is brought to Washington D.C. where he meets the first lady and falls in love with her. Jack’s mind rebels at the idea of coping with hundreds of hardened criminals on an isolated island, but he’s desperate for work, needs food, and a place to live. Moreover, he wants to get as far away as possible from the first lady. He’s a drunk but he doesn’t want to make a fool of himself. He agrees to help the President and join the criminals on the island.

Impeached

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Impeached by David O. Stewart Book Resume:

“Likely to become the standard version of this historic clash between a president and Congress.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review) After two presidential impeachment crises in the last forty years, and with the dramatic expansion of the powers of the presidency, the lessons of the first presidential impeachment are more urgent than ever. In 1868 Congress impeached President Andrew Johnson of Tennessee, the man who had succeeded the murdered Lincoln, bringing the nation to the brink of a second civil war. Enraged to see the freed slaves abandoned to brutal violence at the hands of their former owners, distraught that former rebels threatened to regain control of Southern state governments, and disgusted by Johnson's brawling political style, congressional Republicans seized on a legal technicality as the basis for impeachment -- whether Johnson had the legal right to fire his own secretary of war, Edwin Stanton. The fiery but mortally ill Congressman Thaddeus Stevens of Pennsylvania led the impeachment drive, abetted behind the scenes by the military hero and president-in-waiting, General Ulysses S. Grant. The Senate trial featured the most brilliant lawyers of the day, along with some of the least scrupulous, while leading political fixers maneuvered in dark corners to save Johnson's presidency with political deals, promises of patronage jobs, and even cash bribes. Johnson escaped conviction by a single vote. David Stewart, the author of the highly acclaimed The Summer of 1787, the bestselling account of the writing of the Constitution, challenges the traditional version of this pivotal moment in American history. Rather than seeing Johnson as Abraham Lincoln's political heir, Stewart explains how the Tennessean squandered Lincoln's political legacy of equality and fairness and helped force the freed slaves into a brutal form of agricultural peonage across the South. When the clash between Congress and president threatened to tear the nation apart, the impeachment process substituted legal combat for violent confrontation. Both sides struggled to inject meaning into the baffling requirement that a president be removed only for "high crimes and misdemeanors," while employing devious courtroom gambits, backstairs spies, and soaring rhetoric. When the dust finally settled, the impeachment process had allowed passions to cool sufficiently for the nation to survive the bitter crisis.

Mission Italy

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Mission Italy by Robert N. Gardner,Richard N. Gardner Book Resume:

"Drawing on hitherto classified material, Gardner shows how wise diplomacy under President Jimmy Carter's leadership played a part in the defeat of communism in Italy and in the eventual collapse of the Soviet empire. His diplomatic narrative is filled with portraits of American and Italian leaders as well as revealing details of policy differences inside the Carter administration and between Washington and Gardener's Rome embassy. The result is a contribution to our understanding of crisis diplomacy and of the victory of the Western alliance in the Cold War. Gardener's memoir will be invaluable for all readers interested in the inner workings of U.S. foreign policy, diplomacy, and European politics."--BOOK JACKET.

Public Admn Terms

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Public Admn Terms by Tmh Book Resume:

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