The Color of Demons: A Martin Brothers Thriller

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It's the waning days of the 2012 presidential campaign. A Taliban-like group, the Free Fascists, has come to power in Baghdad, and overrun the middle east and much of eastern Europe. France and Germany have gotten cozy with them. The story's main characters, Millie Bardoe and Matt Warner are at the center of the campaign action but at opposite ends of the political spectrum. Millie is chief strategist for a liberal senator, the anti-war candidate who's willing to offer the Free Fascists a deal for peace. Matt's ...

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Overview

It's the waning days of the 2012 presidential campaign. A Taliban-like group, the Free Fascists, has come to power in Baghdad, and overrun the middle east and much of eastern Europe. France and Germany have gotten cozy with them. The story's main characters, Millie Bardoe and Matt Warner are at the center of the campaign action but at opposite ends of the political spectrum. Millie is chief strategist for a liberal senator, the anti-war candidate who's willing to offer the Free Fascists a deal for peace. Matt's the chief strategist for the conservative candidate, a hawkish former Secretary of State who believes Free Fascism must be met with force. Much to Millie and Matt's discomfort, the two must come together and bury their differences, at least temporarily, when it becomes increasingly apparent to both that one of their candidates is being controlled by the Free Fascists, who are orchestrating events in order to see this candidate elected. A nail-biter of a run-up to Election Day ensues with no less at stake than western civilization.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781892538482
  • Publisher: Oaklea Press, The
  • Publication date: 1/1/2010
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Stephen Hawley Martin is the only two-time winner of the Writer's Digest Book Award for Fiction. His most recent novel received first prize from Independent Press and is being made into a motion picture by Vistamar Films. His brother, David, also a novelist, is founder of The Martin Agency, boasting such highly visible advertising accounts as UPS and Geico Insurance.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2005

    A white-knuckle ride from beginning to end

    The Color of Demons: A Martin Brothers Thriller is a novel that dares to postulate a future in which Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton ran for president against one another, amidst a stepped-up war on terror and the shadowy threat of spiritual possession. The result is a frightening thrill ride of a tale, serving the best icy excitement to be had from the only two-time winner of the Writer's Digest Book Award for Fiction and his best-selling brother. A wildly tension-filled novel right up to the suspenseful end.

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