A Civil Affair by Daniel Emmett Martin

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Written over 4 years ago, we track an American Election that goes awry and becomes the impedance for an second American war.

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Dan has been working in the live events industry as a sound engineer and theatrical lighting designer for over 25 years, during which his career has taken him throughout the US and overseas to Europe.Based out of Washington, DC he has been woven into the fabric of the Beltway culture providing production services for many of the day's fundraisers and news worthy events.Dan served in the US Army at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in the late 80s and has been an active member in Keegan Theatre of Washington, DC since its inception year of 1999.George Lucas of Gaithersburg, MD provides the beautiful illustrations.
Published September 26, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 150 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Such interruptions impede what’s otherwise a compelling story, and Martin’s decision to keep so many of his characters in the abstract (“the Chief,” “the Campaign Manager,” “the Host,” etc.) undercuts his considerable talent at creating interesting dialogue.

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