I read this book about 20-May-2011. This is the first time I've read this book. The book is copyright 2008. This note was last modified Saturday, 03-May-2014 21:39:29 PDT.
This is book 4 of the "Presidential Agent" series.
This note does not contain major spoilers for the book.
A "Presidential Agent" novel, the last series he's writing all by himself (his son has shown up as co-author on everything else recently). I like Griffin better in his historical mode. The idea of this kind of presidential authority gives me shivers.
Charlie Castillo is actually an extremely moral man, which is one of the only things that makes these books tolerable. He's rich to begin with, which helps make him immune to temptation I suppose.
But after a while, they all blend together.