“Highly Entertaining and Unpredictable.”
What Readers Are Saying About the 51st Directive…
FBI agent Erica Brewer is a wise-cracking, drop dead gorgeous 31-year-old blue-eyed brunette divorcee who uncovers a plot to take over the U.S. Government–from within. The tale that unfolds is a deftly crafted political techno-thriller that will have readers turning pages late into the night.
“The 51st Directive” ($9.99 in paperback, self-published; also for Amazon Kindle), by Chico writer (and photographer) Michael Agliolo, takes its title from an actual document. As Agliolo notes, it’s a “Presidential Directive which claims power to execute procedures for the continuity of the federal government in the event of a ‘catastrophic emergency.'”
This is an outstanding story of treason and constitutional law in the United States. It has murder, solders, intrigue, suspense, mystery, romance, friendship and politics. In short, a very intense but enjoyable read.
I bought the book after virtually meeting the author on Twitter. My mom read it before I got to it; starting it yesterday and finishing today. She loved it. She said it was great from the start and loved the characters and the plot. It was well written. She says it taught her many things that she didn’t know, or if she did know them, she had forgotten them. Those are her words, not mine. lol As you know, Mom knows best, so go get yourself a copy.
This book is a real page turner! A very interesting scenario showing how well our Constitution was written. A very interesting story on how our government can operate.