The Candidate

 Candidate Front Cover for webIt began as a blog.
It became a political firestorm.

It was never Henry Marshall’s intention to be a presidential candidate. He was a blogger, a plain-spoken conservative pundit critiquing the system from the outside, not a politician. Until the unthinkable happens and  Marshall finds himself recruited as an independent in a competitive three-way race. When he begins receiving big endorsements and rising in the polls the carefully maintained status quo of Washington, D.C. is threatened.

And there are some who are not going to let that happen . . . .

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