On Tyranny and Crisis

On Tyranny and Crisis
Item# BB398

Book Summary

By Thomas Graham Jr.
6 x 9 inches
312 pages
Published September 2020
ISBN 978-1-953058-02-7
Carton Qty: 22
FICTION / Political

When Dutch Laker, a man with strong ties to the Mafia and a connection to the Russian government, becomes president of the United States, a string of catastrophic actions follows. Laker withdraws the country from the Paris Agreement, ensuring further damage from climate change; withdraws from a nuclear agreement with Iran, creating a serious risk of nuclear war between that country and Israel; and orders the assassinations of two members of his cabinet who oppose him.

Linda Blaine – code name "Sapphire" – was one of the most accomplished intelligence agents of the Cold War. Now semi-retired, Linda is called back into action to lead a coalition headed by the vice president to oppose Laker and save the country.

Retired U.S. Ambassador Thomas Graham has created compelling characters and carefully crafted a political tale that includes rogue military, domestic rebellion, and intense intra-governmental struggles – all leading to impeachment hearings and a final confrontation with a corrupt and dangerous president.


"Tom Graham is a consummate Washington insider, with many years' experience as an ambassador and arms negotiator shedding light while fighting off the dark side. No one is better positioned to tell a thrilling tale of political and international intrigue. Highly recommended."

About the Author

Retired Ambassador Thomas Graham Jr. served as a senior U.S. diplomat in every major international arms control and non-proliferation negotiation in which the United States took part from 1970 to 1997. He is currently chairman of Lightbridge Corporation. He also teaches part-time at a number of major universities, gives lectures worldwide, and testifies before Congressional committees. He has published nine nonfiction books on subjects related to international security. On Tyranny and Crisis is his second novel.

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