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Council of Patriots: Episode 2
     

Council of Patriots: Episode 2

by C. G. Cooper
 

This is EPISODE 2 of the second book in the Corps Justice series.

A beautiful woman butchered…
A Congressman blackmailed…
A secret cabal of Japanese imperialists…

A small group of retired politicians form to protect America. The Council of Patriots is born. Former Marine Cal Stokes, and his team at SSI, head to Las Vegas, to

Overview

This is EPISODE 2 of the second book in the Corps Justice series.

A beautiful woman butchered…
A Congressman blackmailed…
A secret cabal of Japanese imperialists…

A small group of retired politicians form to protect America. The Council of Patriots is born. Former Marine Cal Stokes, and his team at SSI, head to Las Vegas, to uncover an invisible enemy that threatens to infiltrate the Democratic National Convention. What is their endgame, and more importantly: Who is the American politician pulling the strings?

With assassins around every corner, and a supposed ally manipulating both sides, Stokes must carefully utilize his team and the Council to stop the rise of a new empire.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045634779
Publisher:
C. G. Cooper
Publication date:
07/11/2014
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
35,708
File size:
123 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

C. G. "Carlos" Cooper grew up in a Navy family and spent his younger years on military bases around the world. After college he served as a grunt in the Marine Corps. He currently resides outside Nashville, TN and is the author of the Corps Justice novels, The Chronicles of Benjamin Dragon and is founder of The Mentor Code.

Questions with the author:

Q: Why did you start writing the Corps Justice novels?
A: I wanted to give back. More importantly, I wanted to write books that my Marines would read. I think that most Marines want a book that's engaging, has solid patriotic characters and the story moves along quickly. Writing about Cal and his buddies lets me give back to Marines in a fun way. It's amazing how many readers relate to the cast.

Q: What do you say to critics who think your characters portray an overly optimistic view of the world?
A: I think we need that right now. I don't want to write "downer" novels. I think my readers agree with me. The emails I get express excitement over the hero and the sense of patriotism. That's not going to change.

Q: Is there a theme you try to weave throughout the Corps Justice series?
A: I'd say there are a couple things. 1) take care of your comrades, 2) believe in something bigger than yourself, and 3) Semper Fidelis

Q: Why did you write short stories?
A: A lot of readers have expressed an interest in getting more details about certain characters or story lines that are only briefly mentioned in my novels. The short stories fill in the gaps for those so inclined.

Q: How long with Cal and his warriors be around?
A: For as long as the readers want them...

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