Title: The Seduction Campaign
Book Condition: Very Good
Book has appearance of light use with no easily noticeable wear. Bookseller Inventory # G1491726806I4N00
Synopsis: Lloyd Reman The Seduction Campaign Mindy Brand, a Harvard University undergrad and budding liberal activist, feels burdened by expectations; her late father was a Pulitzer Prize-winning Harvard professor who uncovered a Republican presidential scandal. Boston?s Kurt Jennings feels no such pressure. Raised by unassuming parents, the habitual womanizer looks forward to creating his own legacy; he?s the protégé of a right-wing talk show host. Mindy and Kurt?s paths would likely never cross, but when Mindy researches three untimely deaths during the election season? Mindy thinks American companies are conspiring to kill Americans?liberal Americans, in particular. Thinking she?s a target, she reluctantly tells Kurt seeking his help to investigate further. He agrees to help, influenced in no small part by Mindy?s good looks. But there?s something Kurt should have considered more carefully: the other person Mindy confided in wound up dead.
About the Author: Born in Brooklyn, Lloyd roots for (and screams at) the NFL?s Giants, the NHL?s Rangers and the (need it be said?) Yankees. He lived in Houston in the 90s, so he also loves the Comets, winners of the first four WNBA championships (no one told him the team?s defunct). After graduating from Arizona State, Lloyd returned to the New York City area (and his parents promptly moved from NY to Phoenix?humm). Realizing he had to support himself, he spent nine years with PricewaterhouseCoopers before becoming a corporate executive with multinational firms. He?s been married twice (to the same woman), he?s currently divorced (she wised up both times) and he adores his two daughters (who think he talks too much).
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