Splitting Washington

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Offbeat political suspense. A "prequel" to the Obama and Tea Party era.

J.D. CROWELL is fired as President Addison Huntington's campaign manager over a public indiscretion with Libby Catton, a beautiful mixed-race White Houser staffer.

Soon, however, J.D. discovers the real reason for his axing was not his affair with Libby, but rather the fact that her mother was Bridget Donovan, a Sixties' radical, still wanted for bombing federal buildings.

Libby's radical past threatens both the President and Maynard Keynes, the sports-and-entertainment Congressman who appears to be on the cusp of becoming America's first biracial President.

Fleeing Washington anonymously for the sake of his family and Libby, J.D. finds a way to throw a monkey wrench into the political machinery of the aging President and also unmask the treachery of Rashaad Lewis, Keynes's murderous campaign manager.

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