Power Blind Power corrupts Power and money corrupt absolutely In Washington Senator Landon Meyer leading presidential candidate and pivotal voice in a divided senate imposes his choices to fill two Supreme Court

  • Title: Power Blind
  • Author: Steven Gore
  • ISBN: 9780061782244
  • Page: 319
  • Format: Paperback
  • Power corrupts.Power and money corrupt absolutely.In Washington, Senator Landon Meyer leading presidential candidate and pivotal voice in a divided senate imposes his choices to fill two Supreme Court vacancies on the President In San Francisco, Charlie Palmer a specialist in burying the crimes of the political and financial elite lies paralyzed by a gunshot Linking thePower corrupts.Power and money corrupt absolutely.In Washington, Senator Landon Meyer leading presidential candidate and pivotal voice in a divided senate imposes his choices to fill two Supreme Court vacancies on the President In San Francisco, Charlie Palmer a specialist in burying the crimes of the political and financial elite lies paralyzed by a gunshot Linking the two is the senator s all too cunning brother a federal judge secretly managing his campaign.An hour before his death, Palmer reaches out to private investigator Graham Gage, a man he s both feared and admired, but his words remain choked in his throat A funeral day burglary of Palmer s office and a wife s plea for the truth about her husband s misdeeds plunge Gage into a morass of murder, corporate cover ups, and corrupted justice that masks a political money laundering scheme threatening to destroy not only our democracy, but all that is dear to Gage .

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    1. The plot takes us all the way from corrupt lawyers to corrupt Judge, to Supreme Court and the White House. There is politics, murder, bribes leading to political pay-offs and money laundering with off- shore money schemes. Graham Gage as a private investigator is a very interesting character. I always refrain from mentioning parts of the story in my reviews.This is the first book I have read in the series by Steven Gore which I borrowed from the Toronto Library and I plan on reading his other bo [...]

    2. Steven Gore in his new book, “Power Blind” Book Three in the Graham Gage Thriller series published by Harper gives us another adventure with private investigator Graham Gage.From the back cover: Power corrupts.Power and money corrupt absolutely.In Washington, Senator Landon Meyer–leading presidential candidate and pivotal voice in a divided senate–imposes his choices to fill two Supreme Court vacancies on the President. In San Francisco, Charlie Palmer–a specialist in burying the crime [...]

    3. I have just finished reading Steven Gore’s new novel “Power Blind”. This is the third book in a series that features Graham Gage as the main character, a very private investigator who works both domestic and international cases. The plot starts off with a mysterious murder of a man-–Charlie Palmer--who “fixes “problems for the wealthy and powerful". Mr. Palmer is not opposed to using blackmail or kidnapping to hide and bury troubling legal details in order to benefit his clients. Thi [...]

    4. Big fan of Graham Gage (bigger fan of Steven Gore): this book is hugely ambitious covers a great deal of groundery ground, philosophical ground, political ground, personal ground. Result: the bad guys (who are bad guys) need to be badder; the political guys (some) have too much integrity for what they are doing (in reality, they are bad guys and need to pay a steeper price for what they think they need to do on behalf of the country); the philosophical issues are right there but the characters o [...]

    5. Good story written in good texture political corruption and murder a long detailed account of events made me want to finish it fast towards the end but otherwise a good book.

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