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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Political
  • Language:English
  • Pages:316
  • eBook ISBN:9781667894423
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667894416

One Nation Under Me

The Peril Within

by Robert E. Donahoe Jr.

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'One Nation Under Me' is a novel of fiction about a former Marine Aviator and recipient of the Navy Cross that was encouraged to run for congress representing the State of Tennessee. During his first term, he would be thrown into a series of events that would rock the pillars of democracy.
After retiring from the military, Nate Taylor was encouraged to run for congress for The State of Tennessee. During his first term in office, the nation's Capital would come under siege by followers of a renegade brigadier general. The siege on the Capitol was a feint to misdirect the administration's resources. The general's aim was to gain access to an ultra-secret intelligence-gathering agency known as ATLAS. This agency resided in the subterranean levels of the former Central Heating Plant, along the banks of the Potomac River that once served the government buildings on Capitol Hill.
About the author
Bob Donahoe's entire professional career evolved around design, engineering, and construction of energy facilities until his retirement in 2017. With time on his hands, he decided to complete his first book, which was started several years earlier, entitled, 'Tell Dad Not To Worry'. It got published in 2022. After the success of his first book, it was time to try his hand at fiction to see if this genre could garner the same satisfaction he felt with the first. He currently lives in Medfield, Massachusetts with his wife, Diane (Roy) Donahoe. Bob and Diane raised two children and are blessed with two granddaughters.

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