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The President’s Club


by Nancy Veldman


On a cold day in Washington, D.C., Bill Sinclair received a phone call that chilled him to the bone. And he didn’t scare easily. He was a former Navy SEAL who had merged back into society as a CPA and was enjoying spending time with his wife, Sharon, and five grown children. The call was from the White House from the National Security Advisor, informing Bill that he had been chosen, along with eleven other men from the military, to serve at the pleasure of the President of the United States. These twelve men would be members of The President’s Club. There was no turning it down. But somehow Bill knew his life would be changed forever. This unfortunate request would color the world of Bill Sinclair. He now had a secret that had to be kept at all costs from his wife and family. In the events that followed, Bill and the other eleven men were asked to be a part of so many horrific acts that they started losing their faith in a country that was based on freedom; a government by the people and for the people. Their minds could not manage doing covert in their own country. A page-turner in its own right, this story holds within it the heart of what America stands for. Heroes walk on holy ground, when it’s all said and done. But for a while, at least in this man’s life, he was a dead man walking. A quick read, and maybe one of the author’s best, so put your feet up and keep the midnight oil burning. This is a ride you’ll never forget.


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