In Veil of Civility by Ian Graham, Declan McIver is living a quiet life when a meeting with an old friend sends him on the run. He calls upon long unused training but can he survive a dark conspiracy that will stop at nothing to take him down? Veil of Civility is the first book in Ian Graham’s Declan McIver series.
In The Faithless by Allan Airish, Jack Patton’s father dies he leaves his son, his most prized possession, the pen with which he signed his vote for President as a member of the Electoral College. Jack’s father always impressed upon him that it only takes 270 votes to win the presidency and knows that his father’s fondest wish would be for him to follow in his footsteps. It turns out that becoming a member of the Electoral College may be a more difficult task than he thought — and one he may not survive.
On the heels of the death of the Vice President, the President of the United States dies as a result of an aneurysm. In Sedition: A Political Thriller by Tom Abrahams, Savvy Secretary of State, Felicia Jackson and smarmy not yet sworn in Vice Presidential candidate, John Blackmon fight in court and on the public stage for the top title. Waiting in the wings is a group wishing to overthrow the government who know that its time to make their move. Their problem is that it seems one of them isn’t so sure and is feeding information to the NSA and Matti Harrold is assigned to the case. When all the story lines converge, who will come out on top?
In The Innocent by David Baldacci, Will Robie is a government assassin who likes to watch the normal people that live around him and hopes to live to be like them one day. To that end, he’s started attending neighbor events and has started a flirtation with an attractive woman across the hall. When he aborts his newest assignment due to a crisis of conscience only to find that his handler had a back-up plan, Robie goes on the run and meets a 14-year-old girl with people after her. Robie vows to find a way to keep her safe and, hopefully, save himself at the same time.