A gut-gripping political thriller
A deadlocked election. A brutal fight for the presidency. Will deadly tricks control the deciding vote?
The pages turn themselves in this thrilling story of ruthless political blackmail and intimidation.
After serving his country well, retired Navy SEAL Jack does his best to keep a low profile. But when an election standoff plunges the nation into turmoil, he leaves his Miami detective agency to help elect his ambitious father. While Jack steps into the ruthless fight, unscrupulous powermongers go beyond the law to sway the results at any cost.
With the contents of a top-secret file threatening to implode multiple careers, Jack flies into action to prevent international chaos. But when the critical votes come down to a handful of key, vulnerable people, Jack may be the only person who can save his country from anarchy, even as he is sucked into a vortex of intrigue.
As the foundation of democracy threatened, can Jack stymie traitors or does he join them to ensure his father claims the cherished prize of the Presidency?
The St. Clair Series is a rollercoaster thrill ride involving intrigue, romance and action that shuttles between Miami and Washington. If you like compelling characters, government intrigue, and a race against time, then you’ll love Ridge King’s gripping adventure.
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If you like Vince Flynn and his Mitch Rapp, Brad Thor and his Scot Harvath, Frederick Forsyth, Robert Ludlum and Jason Bourne, Brad Meltzer and Tim Tigner, you’ll find it impossible to put down this compulsively gut-gripping political thriller.
PRAISE FOR RIDGE KING:
“A breathtaking adventure with jaw-dropping twists and turns.”
= Jerry Adams, New York
“If real-life Washington is like this, I’d be worried.”
= Tanner Davis, Miami
“Couldn’t put it down till I got to the last page—and then I wanted more.”
= Amber Reiss, London
“Having worked for Congressional committees for many years, I can say a little too much of this story rings absolutely true.”
= John Reynolds