"My country's made me its enemy. It's formal, now." --Nat Cinder
With an FBI sting on his misfit secessionist group closing in, Nat Cinder blasts from Flagstaff to Phoenix on his Triumph Rocket motorcycle. Soon he stumbles onto a packet of photos showing Governor Virginia Rentier lustily paired with three high-ranking women in state government.
Though Cinder and the Governor clashed sixteen years before when his wife died in a car accident, Cinder prefers to keep his dislike of Rentier focused on her politics. He's too busy blaming himself for his wife's death, fighting his way back into his son's life, and leading a crew of beer guzzling rebels to become involved in an intrigue about the Governor's sex partners.
But when the bullets fly, Nat asks questions, and learns his sudden war with the Governor traces back sixteen years. The photos were put in his path by a provocateur who knows Nat Cinder's a rough-hewn rebel with enough weaponry cached across Arizona to start a revolution, and the secret at the bottom of his wife's death will turn him into a powder keg.
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★★★★★ One outstandingly work off political thriller, this book most definitely not lacking of full on sacrifice, action and political intrigue. I Loved it.The characters are vibrantly portrayed in this book. ★★★★★ This writer has been my fave for the last year. His rural noir is the best out there. Here, he switches gears a bit, upping the pace and character count to mix a bit of Elmore Leonard into his trademark gritty noir. ★★★★★ This the best of Lindemuth's books that I have read. This is dark, country noir with realistic characters and plot development.
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Prepare yourself for a battle of good and evil unlike any you've seen. With rave reviews from Publishers Weekly (starred review and best of the week), IndieNext List, Kirkus, BlueInk Review, Foreword Reviews, San Francisco Book Review, Seattle Book Review, Manhattan Book Review, Indie Reader and more, if you haven't read Clayton Lindemuth's unique brand of literary noir, what are you waiting for?