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The seventh book in the Will Lee Series.
The Will Lee series is a collection of political potboilers showing the evolution of Will Lee from a young, privileged, American drifter in Run Before the Wind, to President of the United States in Captial Crimes - whom all the while maintains his uncompromising courage in the face of danger.
President William Jefferson Lee IV's reelection campaign turns out to
be just one darned thing after another. What could possibly go wrong
for Will Lee, who enters the Democratic convention enjoying a 62
percent approval rating? His loyal and talented Vice President, George
Kiel, could sicken and die. The new VP he appoints, California Gov.
Martin Stanton, could turn out to be divorcing and be a serial womanizer, and his phone calls to his inamorata could be
recorded and end up in the files of the National Inquisitor.Black
Atlanta Mayor Henry King Jackson could withdraw from the Democratic
party and announce his independent campaign for president. Charlene
Joiner, the actress whose ex-boyfriend, Larry Eugene Moody, Will
defended unsuccessfully years ago on charges of rape and murder, could
throw herself at Will-literally, at a Democratic fundraiser, right in
front of a fortuitous press photographer-in an attempt to get him to
Ex-CIA operative Teddy Fay, that freelance assassin of
right-wing politicians who's been reported dead (Shoot Him
If He Runs), could surface yet again in Panama. Oh, and
would you believe it? On top of everything else, the Taliban could
seize a nuclear device in Afghanistan, along with the codes and
personnel necessary to detonate it. Will and his wife Kate, director of
the post-Teddy CIA, deal with each crisis calmly, decisively and with