Only one Presidential Candidate has ever been assassinated. But 2016 is no ordinary election year.
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ABOUT THE BOOK
Two conservative billionaires, looking to protect their business interests, plot to kill Republican nominee Ronald Drump. The assassin they contract is meticulous, methodical and he never fails.
When two FBI agents accidentally stumble on a faint trail hinting at a possible high-value assassination attempt, the 2016 presidential campaign season is already in full swing. They race to catch up with the killer and stop him before he can fulfill his contract. But will they be on time?
To anyone following the election, this fast-paced political thriller will serve as a reality-enhancing overlay. Watching a presidential debate will never be the same…
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jelle Peters is a legal philosopher and historian, with a Master's degree in legal theory from Utrecht University (Netherlands). He has been writing nonfiction for over ten years. His latest nonfiction book, World 2.0: A History from Enlightenment to Terrorism and Beyond, looks at decisive events in modern history since 1776. The Dog and its Day is his first novel.