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The Devlin Deception: Formerly titled The Donne Deal: How One Man Bought and Fixed the USA Paperback – September 18, 2012
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The bottom line is, though not all that realistic (I'm reading fiction . . . what can I expect? Anyone read that series about some kid named Potter, Harry?) I am enjoying picking up my iPad and seeing where it goes next. Will Donne actually fix the country before one of the assassination attempts gets him? Will Jake and Pam stop dancing around the sexual tension building between them? Why are the Mimosa Twins listening in on their every word? Are they CIA, FBI, NSA, BSA, whatever, spies?
Anyway, if you want something realistic, read non-fiction, maybe pickup a textbook on the history of America. Oh, wait a minute, I hear that's pretty much fiction, too.
I am definitely being entertained. Highly recommended for anyone wanting a tongue & cheek answer to fixing America. Sometimes even tongue & cheek speaks some truth.
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