Madame President by Marguerite Williams and Jon Guttman

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In Cooper’s book, there is only one force — a woman whose sheer willpower overwhelms the odds and wins the day. Such a story may be moving, but it’s also a myth.
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On the night of her fourth State of the Union Address, President Kate MacIntyre is the target of an assassination attempt that claims the life of her Vice President and sets in motion the ultimate crime of opportunity.

What begins with a Hezbollah plot quickly becomes a heart-stopping race against time as the President’s inner circle fights to protect her from enemies both known and unknown. From Beirut to New York, Mexico City to South Texas, this taut political drama unfolds across a broad landscape of politics and ideology as it moves toward its final startling revelation.
 

About Marguerite Williams and Jon Guttman

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Jon Guttman is senior editor, research director, and contributing writer for the Weider History Group, which publishes "Aviation History," Specializing in World War I aviation, he has written eleven titles in the past including the popular "Balloon Busting Aces of World War I" in Osprey's Aircraft of the Aces series. The author lives in Leesburg, VA.
 
Published March 13, 2012 by AuthorHouse. 362 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jina Moore on Mar 17 2017

In Cooper’s book, there is only one force — a woman whose sheer willpower overwhelms the odds and wins the day. Such a story may be moving, but it’s also a myth.

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