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The Black Vault by Jack King
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The Black Vault

by Jack King

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As the premise says: only one good man stands between the president and the oligarchs who want him dead. It is a race against time to stop the machinery that was set in motion to kill the president elected by the people, against the efforts of the wall street elites. As Smedley Butler in the 1930s, so today only Martin Borneman can save American democracy. Can he stand up against the establishment? The answer is... :-) ( )
  PierreBel | Feb 27, 2016 |
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