Author Steven Gore is a former private investigator who understands what it means to get his hands dirty.
In the pages of his newest novel, you'll find yourself knee deep in the stench
of political corruption, money laundering, philandering and murder. Nasty stuff, and not unlike the news that seems to come screaming from daily newscasts.
Power Blind is a taut thriller that hangs on every word. Washington Senator Landon Meyer is in the thick of it--he's a potential
presidential candidate and also the leading voice on the appointment of two judges to the pair of vacant seats on the Supreme Court. On the other side of the country, fixer Charlie Palmer has been immobilized by a bullet.
The connecting thread, Meyer's underhanded brother, is about to make everything unravel.
There is treachery and deceit, backroom deal-making, cover-ups, tainted justice and money-hungry political entities--just like real-life Washington. Private
investigator Graham Gage, however, is incorruptible and goes about the business of unraveling the mysteries here. Think of James Bond with a college degree. He is methodical and unrelenting, and in the end he'll find the truth--or the truth will find him.