Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Arlington by Winston

Arlington
by Winston

My rating: 5 stars

Publisher: Collective of Misfits (September 3, 2016)
Publication Date: September 3, 2016
Genre: Political Science Fiction
Print Length: 272 pages
Available from: Amazon
 
The rich and powerful are all targets.
A domestic terrorist cell in America has taken aim at politicians and the wealthy elite class to cleanse the government of corruption, to stop the flow of money within the political system. You can't teach a politician new tricks, so it's best to put them down!
They created an assassin, her name is Arlington.

 
 Arlington by Winston

ArlingtonPolitical and financial manipulation, done under the blackest of covers. Domestic terrorism at its most devious and deadly. A secret organization of some of America’s most powerful and wealthy movers and shakers have come together to purge the country of corrupt political puppets and they are determined to bring the country to its knees, all they need is the final piece, the tool to bring their plans to fruition. Her name is ARLINGTON and she is an assassin of the highest caliber. Author Winston presents a tale of deceit, the power of corporate money and the grandiose of being among the elite of the elite, monitoring those in the public eye and carefully selecting who would die and who would live, even if just for another day.

Although an edgy work of fiction, Winston dares to use real names, real humans who truly are movers and shakers in today’s world. Politicians will die, their names will evoke a feeling of unease, as they are well-known, currently active and have been front and center in the arena of fame and power.

Winston’s work is raw, gutsy and razor-sharp! Ever thought of the “what if” scenarios that both reality and fiction portray? Trust me, this is political intrigue at its finest, no party, no leader is safe, because without a full and thorough cleaning, how could the country be cleansed? Fabulous, well-written and definitely gripping, this is one book NOT to miss, just for the brilliance of the concept, not to mention the execution!

I received this copy from Winston in exchange for my honest and voluntary review.

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