Book: 28 Pages - A Thriller by Allen Mitchumcategories: Book, Suspense, Conspiracy, Saudi Arabia, Terrorism, Murder, Assasination, Political Thriller
Allen Mitchumabout this book: 28 PAGES is a political thriller set in Washington, D.C. It involves a young DC lawyer, Heather Grahl, who investigates the gruesome murder of her younger sister. Through her investigation, Heather uncovers evidence of a shocking conspiracy against the United States by the Saudi Arabian Ambassador that her sister died trying to expose. Heather races to reveal the deadly conspiracy before she herself becomes a victim of the Saudis.
The idea for 28 PAGES was born out of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The failure of the U.S. government to hold the primary supporters of the terrorists accountable, the Saudi Arabian government, and the U.S. government's irresponsibility in protecting the Saudi Royal Family, provided an opportunity to combine the author's long burgeoning desire to write a commercial novel with controversial political themes. Though a work of fiction, 28 PAGES is deeply inspired by true events and identifies real life threats posed to the United States by the Saudis and their various allies.
28 PAGES was selected as a Semifinalist in The Kindle Book Review's Best Indie Books of 2012 Contest.
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• "If looking for a great read is sort of like a treasure hunt, finding "28 Pages" by Allen Mitchum is like having your newly-bought metal detector uncover a diamond ring in the sand at the beach."
• "This book is a fast-paced political thriller; it will leave you wanting MORE but wondering if this book is only fiction."
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