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Suraiya Jafari is an Indian-American Muslim Congresswoman who accidentally becomes the U.S. President. Suraiya, a Republican and former Marine lawyer, is serving as the House Minority Leader in 2022 when the vice president is charged with fraud and forced to step down. Suraiya is tapped to be vice president in an effort to rebrand the party. Then the president dies, and Suraiya moves into the Oval Office. Thereafter she deals with secession, distrust from her own party, sabotage from her political rivals, and even the threat of a third world war, all while coming to terms with how others try to define her and figuring out how she defines herself.
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Cindy Moy is a writer, lawyer and founder of Hot Flash Sisters, a mobile platform for women to track perimenopause symptoms and talk to other women in the same period of life.
She's the author of several books, both fiction and nonfiction. Her other novel is Good Times of Badly Behaved Women. Nonfiction works include The ABA Complete and Easy Guide to Health Care Law, and Lanzi's Parent Guide to Twin Cities' Daycare, as well as co-author of The ABA Guide to Small Business.
She's also written for The Supreme Court Preview, Minnesota Lawyer, The St. Paul Legal Ledger, Twin Cities Business Monthly, and the Maryland Law Encyclopedia.
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Book Description Plum River Publishing, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0615993990
Book Description Plum River Publishing, 2014. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 262 pages. 8.50x5.50x0.60 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk0615993990