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Capital Offense by Kathleen Antrim

... here's another book people bought along with mine...
I
like the “Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought” feature on amazon.com because it exposes me to books I might not otherwise know about.
I’m not the only who uses it because people who bought my book also bought Capital Offense by Kathleen Antrim. So cool.
Here’s some links to Capital Offense and The Protectors.
And a blurb on Kathleen’s novel.
IS THE FIRST LADY PLOTTING TO OVERTHROW THE PRESIDENT? This questions seems inconceivable to journalist Jack Rudley, but so did the murder of his own father, Senator William Rudley. Now his father is dead and all roads lead to the White House. Roads Jack must take if he's ever to know the truth. Roads twisted by deceit, revenge, power and murder. Roads First Lady Carolyn Alden Lane navigates with great skill.
When she learns she's a pawn in a deadly bid for the White House, her world comes crashing down. Driven by desperation, she refuses to take the fall alone. But how far will she go to even the score? Against all odds, Jack searches for the truth, a truth that may cost him his life, while Carolyn struggles to survive in a web of savage political corruption.
Posted 2011/10/06 at 08h02ET in Novels, The Protectors (A Thriller).

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