Mr. McDonald's plot is griping, seemingly plausible and totally unique. Sam Todson has started a one-man revolution. Congressmen are being killed followed by press releases outlining their double-dealings and corrupt past. Congress is in gridlock. Sam Todson, age 60, worth about $ 300,000,000, is paying $1,000,000 each to have these bad apples removed from Congress. He has gone so far as to openly hire attorneys to defend a confessed assassin already in FBI custody. It's Agent Nicholas Able's job to make the connection between Sam Todson and the killings. The tension builds as copycat killers emerge. Congress is in chaos and after a year of dogging Todson, Nick is not sure his case will hold up. There is enormous pressure to get this man off the street, whatever it takes. The story is a study in detail, of hiding in the open and never a lose end for Nick to follow. Nick knows Sam is guilty, yet Todson freely walks the streets of Houston, Texas, untouchable and seemingly cooperating with authorities. Todson must be put away before the next Congressman on a mysterious list becomes the "Next To Die"
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Published October 19, 2004
Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction.