Drummer in the Darkby T. Davis Bunn
In T. Davis Bunn's "clever mix of politics, morality, and high-tech suspense" (Publishers Weekly), an ordinary man is asked to take on an extraordinary job: step in for a Congressman and defeat a bill. But the more he learns about the task, the more he suspects he's being set up. And the harder he fights his opponents, the deadlier the game.
- The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group
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Meet the Author
T. Davis Bunn was raised in North Carolina, taught international finance in Switzerland, worked in Africa and the Middle East, and served as managing director of an international advisory group based in Düsseldorf, Germany. He is the bestselling author of fourteen novels, including The Great Divide (Doubleday) and currently lives in Oxford, England with his wife, Isabella.
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This political thriller quickly catches your attention and builds to a powerful conclusion! The author's remarkable credentials lend credence to the storyline, and you can't help but wonder whether the book's premise is not merely unsettling, but prophetic. Kept my attention from first page to last, and the characters are excellent.
Successful businessman Wynn Bryant is approached by his brother-in-law, the governor of Florida, to take over the position of congressman Hutchings, who has recently suffered a stroke. Wynn refuses, but quickly learns he has no choice, and the reason becomes clear¿Legislation has recently put together the Jubilee Amendment which is to relieve Third World countries of their debt, and the governor was this squashed, no matter what the cost. Jackie Havilland is working for a small detective agency when she is approached with a mysterious and unusual request¿Esther Hutchings wants Jackie to find out who is behind the smear campaign of her husband, and make sure the Jubilee Amendment is passed. As Jackie and Wynn become deeper involved in their assignments they realize there is a far reaching conspiracy, one that involves a secret project called Tsunami. Tsunami is the biggest currency scam in history, one that congressman Hutchings was investigating before his stroke. Before long Jackie and Wynn are faced with a deadly race against time with powerful forces. Forces that will kill anyone that gets in the way of their plan to reshape world economy. `Drummer In The Dark¿ is a great follow-up to the best-selling `The Great Divide.¿ T. Davis Bunn has switched gears, and instead of giving us another legal thriller, he has given a fast-paced political thriller laced with intrigue. The plot, while complex, is well written, and easy to follow, with plot twists at every turn, and enough shocks to keep you turning the pages. T. Davis Bunn is quickly jumping into the forefront of thriller writers, and proving he is a skilled storyteller with a knack for churning out bestsellers. Nick Gonnella