Political thrillers have always ranked high on my list of favorite books to read so when I saw the new book, Camelot Games, by Oliver Chase, I was immediately intrigued. I wanted to know more.
Oliver Chase is the guest today in My Writing Corner. Given his past, the background for his books is not surprising. He says he grew up on military bases and eventually joined the military himself. But he also discovered he was a writer and never was without a typewriter or computer. He spent time teaching on a reservation, flying commercially and was with the police force. But luckily for readers, he also began getting his political thrillers published.
His latest book from The Wild Rose Press, Camelot Games, sounds like a real winner. Here's the blurb:
When a secret political machine maneuvers California war hero, Scott McHale and his beautiful activist wife, Angie into running for political office, an entirely new and frightening evil is unleashed upon the American public. As the wildly popular Latino couple's success and independence grow, hidden kingmakers quietly put into play a plan designed to plunge the nation into chaos.
Nothing and no one is out of bounds. Treachery and treason, murder and manufactured mayhem propel an unsuspecting Scott and Angie closer and closer to the Oval Office. But when Scott goes off script, he suddenly vanishes in a smokescreen of sexual innuendo and scandal.
A bereft and bitter Angie is left behind to continue their golden legacy alone. Will she discover the truth in time to prevent civil war?
I don't know about you, but that certainly caught my interest and this is one of those books I'm going to be reading within the next month. Here are the buy links: