Faithless Elector

James McCrone (Author)

Product Details

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Faithless Elector
Publish Date
March 23, 2016
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.5 inches | 0.63 pounds

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About the Author

James McCrone is the author of the Imogen Trager Thriller Series, of which FAITHLESS ELECTOR is the first. It's a suspense-thriller about stealing the presidential election. The sequel DARK NETWORK is also available now. James's work both on an off the page deals with politics and issues of social responsibility and justice. He graduated from the University of Washington in Seattle, with a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing. James has just moved to Phildelphia, after a year living in Oxford, UK, with his wife and three children.


"Faithless Elector is a fast-moving topical thriller." Its "surprising twists add up to a highly suspenseful read." -Publishers Weekly (July 11)

"A gripping and intelligently executed political drama." -Kirkus Reviews

"A solidly crafted, high-concept thriller. It's taut and well-paced, but for readers reading between the lines it also works on a moral level." -BookViral

"The pleasure of Faithless Elector lies not just in its smooth evocative prose, but in the author's justified confidence that good writing can make chases through recognizable locales sufficiently exciting without a Navy SEAL or a terrorist plot." -Plattsburgh Press-Republican

"Be prepared to read this book in a very short period of time-it's that intriguing. There are mysterious deaths, a hint of romance, amateur detective work, and a plot that will have you wondering who done it right up until the end...and maybe afterwards." Florence Osmund (author/reviewer),

"I could hardly put it down. The characters in this book were strong and believable... particularly Imogen Trager, a former grad-student of his who is now working for the FBI...The descriptions and imagery were fantastic. The author described the various settings using prose that read like literary ambrosia. Yet, he knew when to cut to the chase, literally, and make the story and plot move at a breathless pace. It reminded me so much of Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan novels..." -Marcha Cox (author/reviewer) Two-Cents Worth blog