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The Washington Decree

Lu par : Jason Culp
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The New York Times and number one internationally best-selling author of the Department Q series is back, with a terrifyingly relevant stand-alone novel about an America in chaos. 

A number one international best seller

Over 18 million copies sold

Winner of the Glass Key Award

The president has gone way too far.... These are practically dictatorial methods we're talking about.

When Democratic Senator Bruce Jansen is elected president of the United States, it is a personal victory for Dorothy 'Dottie' Rogers. She has secured a job in the White House, has proved to her Republican father that she was right to support Jansen, and is proud to see the rise of an intelligent, inspiring leader who shares her ideals. 

But the triumph is short-lived: Jansen's pregnant wife is assassinated on election night, and the alleged mastermind behind the shooting is none other than Dottie's own father. When Jansen ascends to the White House, he is a changed man, determined to end gun violence by any means necessary. 

Rights are taken away as quickly as weapons. Checkpoints and roadblocks destroy infrastructure. The media is censored. Militias declare civil war on the government. The country is in chaos, and Dottie finds herself fighting for the life of her father, who just may be innocent.

©2018 Jussi Adler-Olsen (P)2018 Quercus Editions Limited

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  • 17/05/2019

Hmm not the best JAO book

Too obvious how the plot will end, center person not quite well consistent in behavior and skill, key features of are stretched to an unrealistic extent.
Still Jason Culp does a good job reading the book and creating a pleasing atmosphere throughout the story.
Nonetheless- I would not recommend this book there are better ones from JAO.