John-Allen Price is an independent historian from Lewiston, New York. He is the author of several historical fiction novels, each meticulously researched. He is also the author of the new introduction of The Art of War: Restored Edition, marking his debut as a history writer, and The War that Changed the World, his first non-fiction book.
Douglas MacArthur is dead, assassinated by his right-hand man in his moment of triumph.
America's last hope is General George S. Patton, but he is outnumbered and outgunned. As Patton prepares to stand alone against the tyrannical government of Huey Long, Father Coughlin, and J. Edgar Hoover, cities fall and millions die. It is a war for America's soul - a war Patton has only one year to win.
June 23, 1935 - President Roosevelt is dead. As the nation mourns, the forces of darkness see their chance to bring the United States into the fascist fold.
Led by Huey Long, Father Coughlin and J. Edgar Hoover, the United States begins to fall into tyranny. All that now stands between America and a fascist dictator is the U.S. military under General Douglas MacArthur...a man who would be king.