Cindy R, Reviewer
A family man that works as a kingmaker, someone who pushes the narrative for political candidates, begins to feel differently about his work when one job ends and his troubled marriage begins to fail. He chooses a new candidate to represent. One he really believes can make a difference. Unfortunately his business partner is not excited about the idea and the candidate they have previously endorsed is very angry. Over the course of the book , the Kingmaker must negotiate his business, his friendships , his daughter, his soon to be ex wife and his new candidate while defending himself against some truly scurrilous charges. Pretty good read. Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the ARC. I recommend.
Doug Y, Educator
When a PR guru, Jack, spurns one candidate for another, a criminal setup is put in place to frame him and hurt his candidates’s chances. A number of personal relationships come into play as well as his wife files for divorce, and his mentor fights guilt, estrangement from his daughter, and bad health. The author works all together into a very good tale that has potential for a sequel or even more..