State of Terror is a political thriller. The star is the Secretary of State Ellen Adams. Ellen was the head of a leading newspaper before running against the newly elected President, Doug Williams. He appointed her as Secretary of State but for nefarious motives, which add to the unfolding drama. We are soon captivated by a series of tragic world events that evoke fear amongst world leaders along with distrust. But these crises appear to be a prelude to a major catastrophe. To make matters worse, no one knows what might happen next or who they can trust. This page-turner takes us around the world to discover the evil network and their intentions. Can Ellen and her team prevent an earth-shattering threat to America’s survival? The story is well-written and well-edited. The characters appear authentic as they deal with personal challenges, family struggles, and the cutthroat culture at the highest level of government. It’s the kind of story that would make a great action film.
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