The People's House by David Pepper

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Overall, it’s a smart, gritty, and astute story that will appeal to political junkies. An engaging tale that looks at the grimy underbelly of American political power.
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Can someone heist the majority of the House of Representatives with no one noticing? That's the electoral coup that turns America upside down in THE PEOPLE'S HOUSE......Until one man notices.
Political reporter Jack Sharpe is logging time at the tail end of a disappointing career -- jaded about politics and stung by personal hard knocks. But after an odd election result in the Ohio Congressional district he covers, Sharpe stumbles across irregularities that spur him to dig deeper. The story takes him far beyond his corner of Ohio as he discovers an international plot one that strikes at the heart of American democracy by taking advantage of weaknesses in today's political architecture. His reporting leads to a showdown with a philandering Congressman and Presidential contender, and an eccentric but deadly Russian energy baron. In order to save himself and the country, Sharpe must rekindle his old fire to navigate a treacherous journey through danger, betrayal, and atonement.
 

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David Pepper was born and raised in Northern Ireland. He spent many years following a career in art and has worked as a Graphic Designer for the past few years. He has written five books, 'The Adventures of Tommy & Mollie, ' 'The Adventures of Tommy & Mollie - Part 2, ' 'Tommy & Mollie and the Hallway of Doors, ' 'Tommy & Mollie and the Hallway of Doors 2' and 'Ghost Hunting with Tommy & Mollie.' Another book using the same two main characters is currently being written. His hobbies include mountain biking, running and songwriting. The author can be contacted directly at tommyandmollie@hotmail.com Check out the Tommy & Mollie website: www.theadventuresoftommyandmollie.com
 
Published August 15, 2016 by St. Helena Press. 400 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Aug 09 2016

Overall, it’s a smart, gritty, and astute story that will appeal to political junkies. An engaging tale that looks at the grimy underbelly of American political power.

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