The Liberty Intrigue: A Novel

The Liberty Intrigue: A Novel

by Tom Grace

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Overview

Ross Egan has quietly labored for years in the West African nation of Dutannuru, a tiny republican democracy that emerged from the wreckage of the brutal civil war that claimed the brilliant engineer's wife and child. When a neighboring despot threatens Dutannuru with renewed violence, Egan is abruptly thrust onto the world stage at the center of the deadly international crisis. His actions and resulting notoriety land him on the short list of individuals capable of challenging the progressive incumbent for the presidency of the United States.

A political neophyte, Egan is intrigued by the task of unseating a ruthless political operator seen by some as the most dangerously leftist president in the nation's history. To win the White House, Egan must mount the most unorthodox presidential campaign ever attempted, and navigate through a daunting new world marked by character assassination, high-level corruption, armed raids, and political murder.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781543614312
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Publication date: 10/10/2017
Edition description: Unabridged
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 5.50(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

Tom is the acclaimed, bestselling author of the thriller novels featuring former Navy Seal Nolan Kilkenny, including THE SECRET CARDINAL, BIRDS OF PREY, TWISTED WEB, QUANTUM WEB, and SPYDER WEB, as well as the stand-alone political thriller THE LIBERTY INTRIGUE. His works have received praise from such bestselling authors as Joseph Finder, Clive Cussler, David Limbaugh, Steve Berry, among others, and from many reviewers and readers. An award-winning architect, Tom lives in Dexter, Michigan with his wife and five children.

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The Liberty Intrigue 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Michigan_Book_Lover More than 1 year ago
Intriguing read. I guarantee this book is unlike anything you've read before. Imagine if a modern day Ayn Rand set out to write a political thriller set in the current election year. A propos of the times and a refreshing insight into today's issues in the context of our constitution and the original intent of our founding fathers' for the role of government in our country.
MommaP11 More than 1 year ago
Really liked this book. So realistic as to what is actually happening today. We need a Ross Egan.
97E1QB More than 1 year ago
I have read some of the Kilkenny books, and have liked them all. This book was quite the eye opener. I am not finished yet, but hope to be finished in a day or two, all that I have read thus far is good, and would recommend this book to both my friends and my enemies. Well done Mr. Grace. Looking forward to more of your works. Please bring back the old novels, they are hard to find now a day.
coogdebi More than 1 year ago
Great book
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Galarind More than 1 year ago
After eagerly awaiting all of Mr. Grace's other books, I was surprised and very disappointed by this book. While the books in the Nolan Kilkenny series moved along at a good clip, keeping interest high, this book dragged on and on. Some of my problem may be due to my political leanings; this book far too many times went on and on, lecturing us on why liberals have it all wrong. I should have realized the first time I heard "death tax" that this was not going to be an objective piece of fiction. Instead, it went on and on in this vein, and while I kept waiting for the book to turn it around, it never did. I consider myself an objective viewer; but this book felt nothing like Mr. Grace's previous books, and felt only like a spew of political rhetoric that I wish I had not purchased. This book might be good for conservatives who only want to hear one side of the story. I certainly do not recommend it to objective political readers, unless, of course, you consider Fox News objective as well. I'm very disappointed and will think long and hard before buying any more of Mr. Grace's books. This book did not have the magic of the previous books, and instead felt like a talking-to on why right-wing politics are gospel.