Election Day

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This political thriller shows the insight of our founding fathers for solving every conceivable contingency, such as—what if, days after the election, both the president elect and his running mate are dead. Four would-be kingmakers, a power-hungry egomaniac who will stop at nothing to get his way and a Montana rancher/lawyer, used as a pawn in an election scheme—make this an unforgettable story. More

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About Jim Moore

Jim Moore came from a home where reading was encouraged. His parents both enjoyed books so the house was filled with reading material, which he took advantage of from a young age.

Along the highway from his family ranch near Two Dot, Montana to Bozeman, the old Jawbone road bed is visible at places. In passing by, it often occurred to him that a good yarn could be wrapped around the story of the railroad. About twelve years ago, he decided to see if he could write it. Thus came into being Ride the Jawbone.

Other published titles by Jim Moore include: Election Day, The Body on the Floor of the Rotunda, and The Whole Nine Yarn, a compilation of nine of his short stories, and The Jenny.

Jim Moore has spent his life as a cattle rancher and a lawyer. He was raised and spent most of his life on the Moore ranch near Two Dot, Montana. His father brought a World War I airplane—a Curtis JN4 Jenny—to the family ranch in 1920 and barnstormed the state. Those experiences, as told to his son, seemed a proper basis for a legal murder mystery. An attractive young woman as the one with the flying machine made for a better yarn.
Now retired, Jim lives quietly with his wife, Kay, on their farm south of Bozeman, Montana. He continues to write legal murder mysteries.

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Review by: Gordon Tatler on June 04, 2012 :
It is a really great read. I could hardly tear myself away from it. I'm sure I shall read it again and again.
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