Thursday, May 25, 2017

Washington Power Play: Book review and #giveaway

Hey all, I've got a cool book review and giveaway for you. It is for the book Washington Power Play, by Allan Topol. 

Here is some info for you about the book:

What does FBI agent Kelly Cameron’s college sweetheart, the dashing Xiang Shen, have to do with her latest case? As Cameron digs deeper into China’s influence on the presidential race, Shen’s romantic overtures might not be quite what they seem. What does this Chinese diplomat have to do with the influence of a foreign power on a national election? And who is targeting Cameron and her daughter?

In Allan Topol’s inimitable style, WASHINGTON POWER PLAY spins a tale of international intrigue, deception, and corruption at the highest levels of power.

Kelly Cameron has just thwarted a terrorist attack on the Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington, and is now in charge of a task force to find a mole in the U.S. government. She soon finds evidence of a plot initiated by the Chinese government supporting General Darrell Cartwright to promote his election as the president of the United States.

Cameron’s efforts to thwart this plan are hindered by Shen, and Andrew Martin, a powerful Washington lawyer who has strong ties to the Chinese. At stake in this Washington power play is nothing less than the global balance of power.

my review:

guys, I really liked this book! I can honestly say I either never read a political thriller or I never liked one, but I did like Washington Power Play. There is a lot of intrigue and suspense in this novel. I couldn't put this down. I especially liked the main character, Kelly. I love when books have a strong female character, especially the main focus of the book. She is an FBI agent who really can hold her own.

If you would like to read a exciting political thriller then I would recommend this to you. I really enjoyed it and this is usually not my type of book so I think you will too.

You can buy this for yourself on & enter below to win a copy of it.

disclosure: giveaway for copy of book to 48 US contiguous states only. *free materials to review*may contain aff. links.

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