President Beau Bergeron’s rookie year in office is turning out to be more than he bargained for. An aggressive Chinese admiral is pushing for a big naval showdown with the U.S. fleet in the South China Sea. And if that’s not enough to occupy Beau’s time, the sudden appearance of the ghosts of past presidents is about to push him over the edge. While they dole out advice, drink his beer, play practical jokes and ogle the first lady, Beau tries to figure out if his predecessors are helping him or pushing the country closer to war. His crazy college buddies aren’t helping, either, as they hatch a plan for a little bayou-style ghost busting – if they can get a voodoo priestess and a lucky rooster past the Secret Service. Can America survive the weekend and the Ghosts of Bayou Potomac?
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White House Mixed With Cajun Fun = Fun! Louis Tridico, once again, took me on an adventure in his novel The Ghosts of Bayou Potomac. It was a journey filled with laugh out loud moments, suspense, and unexpected twists. Loved the premise of this one - Beau Bergeron, President of the United States, a Cajun golden boy from Louisiana begins seeing the ghost of past president, Millard Fillmore. Fillmore offers unsolicited advice on the current crises with the Chinese army. Add his FIJI fraternity brothers who are in town for a fishing tournament on the Potomac, the First Lady, ghosts of Presidents Grover Cleveland & Andrew Jackson, and Miss Cecile - a voodoo priestess from LA that his FIJI brothers brought to the White House to exercise the ghosts, and you have a very entertaining read. Loved this book from the first explosive chapter to the last!