The Reluctant Candidate

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A small businessman speaks out and gets noticed at a political forum. From then on, he is thrust into the national spotlight for his ideas. It starts with huge national publicity, then an unquenchable thirst to learn more and more about him. Life threatening action is taken against him. Then through disasters, threats, politics, conspiracy, and large sums of money, his decision to run for President of the United States and the events that follow "just happen to him".

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Overview

A small businessman speaks out and gets noticed at a political forum. From then on, he is thrust into the national spotlight for his ideas. It starts with huge national publicity, then an unquenchable thirst to learn more and more about him. Life threatening action is taken against him. Then through disasters, threats, politics, conspiracy, and large sums of money, his decision to run for President of the United States and the events that follow "just happen to him".

What originally seems like a natural course of action explodes into a series of life changing events. Nothing will ever be the same. Meet Goldie, Golden Simms; and the love of his life and partner, Margie. Get ready for a few hours of fast paced excitement, not to have any idea where it finally takes you... until the very end...

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...an exciting political fiction drama

"The Reluctant Candidate"

By: William P. Oliver

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781463515782
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 7/5/2011
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.44 (d)

Meet the Author

About the author: William P. Oliver

With the second book to be released: winter 2011-2012, the writing of William P. Oliver reflects the real emotion of human characters in conceivable yet exotic situations. The clean, first person writing style allows you to feel with the feature character as the events happen.

Don't let the preface fool you. It is a far out analogy that might only relate to the topic, and start the readers thinking. The only way to know what the story is about is to jump in. The lengths are just short of a Novel designation; under 50,000 words. The works are a good airplane or poolside read, or a couple evenings of fun. It's effortless to get in to a William P. Oliver book and get to know the warm characters with human emotion. Through stories of exciting political espionage, passionate love, or wild outdoor adventures, you too might want to stay up late to see how this one ends. No peaking...

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