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Executive Privilege

Executive Privilege

(2001)
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When San Antonio attorney David Owens won an important divorce case, he hoped the victory would bring him some new business. But he never imagined that the First Lady, a Texas native, would walk through his office door. Shy and fearful, the First Lady explains that she needs to divorce the President, to get herself and her young son out of the White House. The President is engaged in dangerous dealings...and has been unfaithful. But no woman has ever divorced a sitting President, and while every President has secrets, none are like the secrets this President wants to protect: his nefarious dealings with a billionaire businessman willing to use his money and power to manipulate even the leader of our nation.

When the news breaks, the publicity is huge, but the threat is even bigger. Orders have been given to kill the First Lady and her son, and all that stands in the way is her divorce lawyer and one Secret Service agent whose oath to protect her charges is more important to her than the power of the President.

 
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Hardback Editions

October 2001 : USA Hardback
Title: Executive Privilege
Author(s): Jay Brandon
ISBN: 0-312-87425-1 / 978-0-312-87425-4 (USA edition)
Publisher: Forge Books
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Paperback Editions

September 2003 : USA Mass Market Paperback
Title: Executive Privilege
Author(s): Jay Brandon
ISBN: 0-8125-7545-8 / 978-0-8125-7545-3 (USA edition)
Publisher: Tor Books
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