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The clock is ticking down to an attack on America’s most vulnerable natural resource: Water. Our nation’s water resources are high on terrorist target lists, but low on America’s consciousness. Water sources are largely unprotected, providing open access to any enemy with chemicals and biotoxins.
So far we’ve been lucky. But that luck won’t last.
This is the all-too-real-and-present danger facing President Morgan Taylor and Secret Service Agent Scott Roarke as they desperately try to prevent hell-bent terrorists from destroying America and its infrastructure city by city, and state by state.
Fact-based in frightening detail, Executive Command is a political thriller that will leave you pondering its strong possibility the next time you pour a glass of water.
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By Allen Anthony on 11-24-15
Schools up sides 2
The adventure continues, strong characters, living life in the fast lane. Catch your breath before you push the play button, this book runs at 100mph start to finish.
This book has it all, adventure , sex, lies, and bigger than life characters. Count to three close your eyes and push play, lay back and enjoy your private movie
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By Wayne on 08-17-16
Completion of a great political thriller series
The 3 novel Executive Series by Gary Grossman includes 60 hours of listening time although John McLain's excellent narration can be easily enjoyed at higher listening speeds. The series can be described as espionage, political, or suspense thrillers; it is all three. The primary protagonists are Secret Service Agent Scott Roark, Roark's lawyer girlfriend who is a constitutional authority, and on-again, off-again US President Morgan Taylor. The characters are well developed and vivid. The situations are believable.
I ran across this series by accident early this year and set the books aside to listen to when time was available. My expectations were low, but this series meets and exceeds all possible expectations. Unlike the first two novels in the series which dealt mostly with the US Constitution and the powers of the presidency in time of domestic crisis, Executive Command deals with major incidents of domestic terrorism.
I highly recommend Executive Command which stands on its own, but listen to Executive Actions and Executive Treason first.
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