A philandering president. Rumors about The First Lady. Public lies about private lives. Talk about impeachment. Unstable world events that could lead to war.
1941. Soon after Franklin Roosevelt won an unprecedented third term and before the US entered World War II, the Betz Radio Network aired scandalous and previously unreported stories about the First Family. Michael Audray, the network's high-profile host of the most listened-to radio program in the country, asked the question that set off a chain of events that changed modern history before and after Pearl Harbor.
The Affairs of State is about power politics, broadcasting, private lives and the public's right to know. History and fiction combine to question what is the greater good and to illuminate its moral ambiguity.
Tim Steele draws on his broadcasting and political experience for this, his first novel. He lives in Michigan.
For more information, visit www.timsteele.net
|Publisher:||Twenty First Century|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.67(d)|