Book Review: The President’s Secret

Paperback, 169 pages
Published September 14th 2012 by Outskirts Press
Book Description:
When White House janitor Robert Johnson discovers President Rock’s secret plan to end the Middle East turmoil by wiping Israel off the map if he re-elected, Johnson thinks he is about to become rich. Instead, he finds himself flung into a maelstrom of power, deceit and murder. As Johnson learns who his true friends and real enemies are, he is forced to re-examine his core beliefs and make life-changing decisions. Will he make the correct decisions, and can a whole people face the truth when their and future dreams depend on it?
My Review:
The President’s Secret is a short little book packed with suspense and mystery. It is packed with political issues that often effect elections.  What is amazing is the public’s reaction to the main character’s decision.  He finds himself in a very appealing situation by nature of his job and he uses that to what he believes is his personal advantage, but will things turn out how he want them to?  It was a well-written and developed story that had a very interesting ending.  With the length of the book being only 163 pages, it can easily be read in one sitting and shared with others.  If you enjoy reading about political controversies, then you will be sure to enjoy this fictional tale.
I was provided a complimentary copy of this book for review by the author.  I was not obligated to write a positive review.  The opinions in this review are my own.

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