The President's Nemesis by Michael Beres

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Stanley Johnson is an ordinary man, widower, early retiree, biding his time until Social Security kicks in. An ex-prostitute, heroin junkie, just trying to hang on to life. Her Sugar Daddy is wealthy, powerful, mysterious. The couple in the apartment across from Stan. His ex-employer. His landlady. His would-be girlfriend. The ghosts of his wife and son. The upcoming presidential election. And a plot so convoluted, so sick and twisted, it will rock the world. The President’s Nemesis. They will stop him if they can.

About Michael Beres

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Michael Beres, a Chicago native now living in West Michigan, is a member of the Mystery Writers of America, International Thriller Writers, and the Sierra Club. His short stories have appeared in: Amazing Stories, Amazon Shorts, the American Fiction Collection, Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, Ascent, Cosmopolitan, Ellery Queen, Michigan Quarterly Review, The Missouri Review, New York Stories, Papyrus, Playboy, Pulpsmith, Skylark, and Twilight Zone.
Published July 1, 2006 by Medallion Press. 403 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Conspiracy fanatics may enjoy Beres's second novel (after Grand Traverse ), a bizarre political thriller that focuses on Stanley Johnson, a middle-aged Chicago resident who becomes a pawn in a convoluted presidential assassination plot.

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