The Vice-President of the United States is conflicted. She has risen to her current job by jumping on the bandwagon with President Andrew Freeman who is now, waging war against America's biggest enemy-Iran.
Amy Roosevelt must make a decision whether to stay with Freeman or challenge him for the nomination. Though back channels she learns that the President's health is declining. As Roosevelt ponders her decision, a conservative back bench Congressman from Missouri breaks out of the wanna-bees in the other party and also decides to run.
All this plays out as the man known only as Ishmael, continues his campaign of violence.
Hank Silverberg is an award-winning journalist who has covered and written about the events that shape your world on radio and TV for four decades. A native of New England, he has lived in Virginia for more than 25 years. His first book, "If the Log Rolls Over", was published in 2005. His second "News of War", the prequel to "The Campaign", was published in 2007. Silverberg is currently an Adjunct Professor of Communications at Northern Virginia Community College