The Dirty First Term Trilogy
Book One The Color of a Leader
Blake Lamont Hill is a charismatic 35-year-old, who despite his meager background, has broken down barriers by becoming his state's first African-American Governor. In his quest for more recognition, he decides to run for President of the United States. While on the campaign trail he realizes he is under the radar by a vast majority who wants to see him either give up or be defeated.
Book Two The Rising Scandal
Blake Lamont Hill has just become the first African-American President of the United States. While others would be ecstatic, he is miserable. His wife, Carol, discovered that he has been having an affair after reading a note from his former mistress. Carol has taken their two young sons and has left him. Blake doesn't know how long he can keep the facade going as his advisers are warning him not to let this leak. He has other dilemmas to face, a weakening economy, a missile crises, and a costly war that the American people want ended. With the country counting on him, will he be able to meet the demands or will his personal life get in the way, essentially affecting his First Term?
Book Three The Black President
President Blake Lamont Hill's former mistress was found dead in Washington, D.C.'s Rock Creek Park, stabbed and strangled. The Press suspects he has something to do with her murder. After the young woman's parents speak to a House Judiciary Committee, the President is hauled in for questioning. The one person who can clear Blake's name and stop the media lynching isn't talking. If the person doesn't tell what really happened, not only could Blake face impeachment, but possibly lose his freedom, too. Find out why being the First African-American United States President has its Pleasures and Pain.
Categories: Fiction, Political, Suspense