The Usurper: a political suspense thriller

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Gary Jackson is raised to hate. Hate the United States, and everything it has ever stood for. His mission is to destroy the United States from within, allying himself with America's enemies to accomplish the deed. He stops at nothing, and a small group of Americans decide they need to stop him. Will they succeed or will the US be relegated to the dustbin of history? More

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About Cliff Ball

Cliff Ball is a Christian, live in Texas, have 2 BA's, and a Technical Writing Certificate. I won 3rd in a youth magazine for a short story I wrote through Creative Writing class in high school back in 1992, called "Role Reversal." Cliff has four short stories and nine novels currently for sale.

Author website: http://cliffball.net

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Review by: heather012 on March 23, 2011 : star star star star
This is the first Cliff Ball book I've read...and I'd have to say that if he writes another political thriller ... I'm in! "The Usurper" is a fast-paced fictional story that has non-fictional elements in it of events that really happened. Cliff makes you think 'could this really happen?' He makes it all seem possible...which is a scary thought! This book had lots of twists and turns that kept the reader on the edge of her seat throughout the book. I gave this book to my dad to read since he likes the same kind of books that I do. I'm sure he'll have a good review as well. Thank you Cliff for writing this book!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: J.C. Phelps on Oct. 14, 2010 : star star star star
I just finished reading The Usurper and enjoyed the book. I love the concept of this book and the ending caught me totally off guard. The Usurper is a quick read. There are many correlations with the real world that most of us can relate to. If only they had turned out differently. The book smacks of conspiracy theories. Who knows, this book could possibly be one of those that, in a few years, will make us wonder, "How did the author get so close to the truth?"
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: M. R. Mathias on Aug. 21, 2010 : star star star star star
Fantastic concept, engaging read! Cliff Ball does it again.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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