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Impeachment

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This item will be released October 15, 2020.
Billionaire industrialists Sheldon and Richard Haft are accustomed to manipulating the system to achieve their agenda, but when they decide the government isn’t serving them as well as it could, they decide to take it to the next level. Richard stumbles upon the Angels of Democracy, a group of Good Samaritans headquartered on Southern California near the Mexican border. What if the brothers take a chunk of their considerable fortune and fund the group into a paramilitary force capable of changing society?

The outcome yields chaos on the nation’s southern border, upheavals in the highest levels of government, and a new America which could not have been envisioned—except by the Haft brothers themselves.

 

Blacklight Press

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Billionaire industrialists Sheldon and Richard Haft are accustomed to manipulating the system to achieve their agenda, but when they decide the government isn’t serving them as well as it could, they decide to take it to the next level. Richard stumbles upon the Angels of Democracy, a group of Good Samaritans headquartered on Southern California near the Mexican border. What if the brothers take a chunk of their considerable fortune and fund the group into a paramilitary force capable of changing society?

The outcome yields chaos on the nation’s southern border, upheavals in the highest levels of government, and a new America which could not have been envisioned—except by the Haft brothers themselves.

 

Blacklight Press

1 review for Impeachment

  1. Barry Finlay

    Recently, I received an advance copy of Impeachment, by Mark Spivak, and published by City of Light under their Blacklight Press imprint. If you are a fan of politics, or even just vaguely aware of what is going on right now, this is one you don’t want to miss.

    It’s a story of maneuvering by two obscenely rich brothers who reshape the political scene to give them the result they want for America. It’s a story of dirty tricks and backstabbing. It’s a story of the difficult subject of immigration and what to do about it. It’s the story of a well-meaning president who is convinced he is doing the right thing and a substantial segment of the population agree with him, but it’s the politicians and money, not the voters, that determine the outcome.
    The plot evolves easily and naturally. The characters are fully developed with some that are likeable, some you can’t stand and others you just feel sorry for. The dialogue is well-written and relatable.

    Impeachment is a book for our time and when you are finished reading, you may find yourself wondering what really does go on behind the scenes. It may be closer to fact that fiction. That’s the sign of a well-written book, in my opinion.

    Watch for Impeachment on October 15.

    Barry Finlay
    Author of the Marcie Kane Thriller Collection

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