This book is a historical conspiracy complete with a sedentary history professor, a gun toting, piano playing researcher and a well done depiction of severe autism.
I didn't read this in one sitting, mainly because I started it too late in the evening. If you enjoy conspiracy, action and some extreme politics this may be a book for you. B. Kent Anderson has written another series of stories under the pseudonym David Kent, the Department Thirty series. I look forward to checking them out as well. I would like to see more of Meg Tolman and Nick Journey, take note Mr. Anderson.
I was particularly taken with Nick Journey’s devotion to his autistic son, Andrew. The author did an excellent job portraying a depth of emotion and consideration for the difficulties facing the parent of a severely autistic child.
The conspiracy was well plotted and the historic context was very interesting, especially for someone who taught American History decades ago. The minutia of history is often what makes it most interesting.
I really enjoyed the book and highly recommend.
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