By Joseph Flynn, Stray Dog Press, Inc., July 23, 2012, 0983797587

Joseph Flynn’s had a certain pull for me. There’e enough character development and action, I think.

His political views come through, or at least, I think they do. He has a strong dislike for politicians in general even though the main character’s wife is the president. The main character hates politics.

[k680] Ignoring the facts was no problem for Bobby Beckley. His political strategy was simplicity itself: Lie to the gullible. If that didn’t work, lie some more. All you had to do to win an election was deceive more people than the other guy did, and it wasn’t like you were dealing with a crowd of critical thinkers.