By Donald B. Keelan
Conspiracy at the Hudson
by Donald B. Keelan
In 1943 the kingdom was once deeply enmeshed within the throes of worldwide struggle II. President Franklin D. Roosevelt felt the heavy weight of the nation’s weariness, its fears, and the belief its voters have positioned in him. With a gradual choice to do what’s correct, although his physique used to be now not as robust as his brain, he leads by way of instance. He trusted a detailed circle of buddies and confidants to assist him via these attempting times.
As the president ready for a pivotal assembly together with his good friend and best friend, best Minister Winston Churchill, one other staff plotted to deliver chaos to the USA. A sinister plan used to be created by means of Nazi spies, assassins, and saboteurs who had infiltrated the rustic with a fierce hatred of the us and an arsenal of lethal intentions. could the president’s males be capable of cease the insurgents? Or might the us fall prey to their harmful plan?
Conspiracy at the Hudson is a suspenseful, political-thriller page-turner. it'll make you examine the historical past of our state and the lucky turns it has taken. within the twenty-first century, while political leaders call for vigilance to guard nationwide defense, this booklet is a reminder that the commitment of some electorate can have an effect on the way forward for the nation.
About the Author
Donald B. Keelan was once a lance corporal who served as a Marine protect at Camp David for President Eisenhower from 1957-60. He was once born in Mt. Vernon, long island and now lives in Arlington, Vermont, and works as a professional public accountant. he's additionally a bi-weekly columnist for the Bennington Banner and Manchester magazine. Keelan and his spouse, Verrall, have 5 youngsters. as well as this ebook, Keelan has released, the key of Camp David, in addition to Robert Todd Lincoln's Hildene and the way It used to be kept 1975-1978.
(2010, hardcover, 270 pages)