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Saturday, July 24, 2010

The Capitol Game by Brian Haig

One can only hope this is a fictionalized account of corporate corruption’s impact on the legislative process.

I found the book chilling as it seems entirely too realistic after reading any newspaper, electronic or otherwise. The plot could be gleaned out of any issue of the New York Times or Washington Post.

Jack Wiley was just shy of being super heroic. His brilliant plan and it’s execution leave you hanging at each chapters end, lusting for more. It is a difficult book to put down. The only thing I disliked is that it seems entirely too likely to be true.

I highly recommend the book.

Body of work of Brian Haig

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