The Cinquefoil Connection

The Cinquefoil Connection

by Recy Dunn

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Overview

The Cinquefoil Connection is about a most unusual politician. Virtuous, ethical, and moral, Jonathan McClendon sought to be the epitome of quality the voting public seeks in their elected officials. But these distinguishing characteristics and qualities so many people admire and so many others pay lip service to can often be exploited. Jonathan in spite of all his attempts to do the right thing finds himself lured and drawn deeper and deeper into the treacherous and murderous Cinquefoil Connection.

In his debut thriller, The Cinquefoil Connection, author Recy Dunn weave a masterful, spellbinding tale of deception, lust, and murder, as he allows the reader to recount Jonathan McClendon's fall into the abyss of political treachery, breach of faith, cutthroat politics, which is called Capitol Hill.

Jonathan is sandwich between the moral obligations, which drive him, and the secret, malevolent manipulations of those who will take any action to preserve and acquire more power and money. He finds himself a pawn and the last hope for saving his country remaining shreds of freedom in the face of the elaborate illusion of The Cinquefoil Connection.

It is a story of treacherous political maneuvering, sexual manipulation, and conscious less characters, that serves as a warning to those who blindly entrust the future of their nation to the professionals and ranks as a scintillating page turner leading up to its shocking conclusion.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781414074801
Publisher: Authorhouse
Publication date: 03/08/2004
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.68(d)

About the Author

Recy L. Dunn, Jr., author of, The Cinquefoil Connection and The Circle of Time, is a native Texan and a past freelance writer for the African American News & Issues, the largest black owned newspaper in Texas, the International Guardian, BlackTexas.com, and Black & Single Magazine.

He hosts a website called www.askrecy.com which allows readers to ask specific questions involving minority business situations. His community focus articles are also read weekly by thousands of people on the Internet.

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