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"The Short Drop" by Matthew FitzSimmons
Meet the assassin The Washington Post calls "a doozy of a sociopath" in this debut thriller from Matthew FitzSimmons. Available on Kindle and in paperback.

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Democrat or Republican, if you like a good thriller that will have you thinking long after you complete this book, I would give this one a read.
                                              Michael Gallagher / Kindle books and tips
                                              Hall of fame / Top 50 reviewer
                                             
It's hard to imagine that this plot is fiction - it's too close to reality.                                              

                                              Amazon reviewer / Steve Jewell

Anyone who is fed up with our current government and who has said "Oh well, there is nothing we can do about it" must read this.
                                              Amazon reviewer / Lewis J Beilman

I haven't read a more relevant book in all my life.
                                              Amazon reviewer / reads a lot

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Other books by Richard Rudomanski

The Note
Sealed Correspondence

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  • File Size: 1060 KB
  • Print Length: 322 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: January 23, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00I2OXMYW
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #330,579 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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For over two decades Rick owned a successful construction company in lower Fairfield County, Connecticut. Now, he resides in The Palm Coast, in Florida, with all his efforts dedicated to writing suspense novels. His reverence for the past and his love of magnificent architecture can be found woven into the fabric of his work. That, and his passion for reading artfully crafted suspense.

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I would like to believe that no matter which side of the political spectrum you fall, with the total dysfunction Congress has become about 60% of the population would enjoy the premise behind this book; the remaining 40% who wouldn’t like it are the ideological extremists of both major political parties here in the USA.

There’s really nothing earth-shattering in this book, but the author tells a good tale and gives you a lot to think about with the political elite that never seem to leave office and are distanced from reality. It makes you daydream thinking of how our country and economy could work if our government compromised and ruled vs. having every little thing be about who can score political points.

Democrat or Republican, if you like a good thriller that will have you thinking long after you complete this book, I would give this one a read.
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Richard Rudomanski's first two novels, Sealed Correspondence and The Note, showed great promise with clever plot lines and memorable characters. His newest novel, Article V, however, is a quantum leap towards "Best Seller" recognition. Though fictional, this provocative and timely work forces one to consider the here and now, and wonder if an Article V Convention might be our only recourse if we continue down our present debt-ridden fiscal road.
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I'm a slow reader, procrastinator, and lover of the happy endings. I often reread entire chapters, pages, and or paragraphs to ensure that my vision or interpretation of what is being told is crystal clear. Amazingly, Rudomanski's writings paints those pictures and allows the reader to not only be entertained, but adds knowledge and gives food for thought...... Some authors quickly find their niche and each successive book reflects that sameness over and over. Rudomanski hasn't fallen into that pattern, this is a bonus for you and me, so far each book has been different from the last, showing his willingness to explore new areas and do the research.
I'm currently reading Article V, his latest, I am actually reading more often......... JimP
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Just as Howard Beale struck a chord with workers everywhere in the classic movie "Network", Rudomanski captures that theme in his latest book Article V. Anyone who is fed up with our current government and who has said "Oh well, there is nothing we can do about it" must read this. This novel should be an instruction manual for a rebellion to start now and spread across our nation. A great fast reading novel by Rudomanski that should go to the top of the best seller list.
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This story should be the blueprint for the people of these United States as we move forward in attempting to gain control of government who has lost sight of who they serve.

Article V is an outstanding story of a man who orchestrated the uprising of the American people in a methodical and peaceful way which if fully supported by the Constitution.

The story is enlightening, it is hopeful and it is one way America could move forward.

Highly Recommended for all Americans!
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This latest book by Rudomanski looks at the current political situation in our country: a dysfunctional congress, a skyrocketing national debt, and distrust of all things political on the part of U.S. citizens. Article V allows for the American people to take matters into their own hands through a constitutional convention. Who knew that was actually possible! This is a very real possibility for our country's future. The authors grabs and keeps the reader's attention throughout. I thoroughly enjoyed this political thriller.

Gail Naworal, Palm Coast, FL
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Frightenly like the real thing. Reads like a news article. Current events could be the title of this book, since it is a reflection of what is really going on in Washington.
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This book is timely considering the major dysfunction of our government. We live in a day where politicians don't work for the people, but rather the people work for the politicians (at least I believe many in government believe this). If there were ever a case for term-limits this book would support such a system. In the book, the people are fed up with a governmental system that rejects the will of the people. Politicians do whatever that can to maintain their powers, even if it means suverting the process written in the constitution giving the power back to the people (Article V). The story is about such a battle between those who want to take back the government for the people and those who want to maintain power over the masses. Like i said, this book is timely considering the current polarization of our body politic. Eye opener and in a way, not so far fetched.
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