There is No President

by Reg Ivory


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/4/2009

Recognition Programs


Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 116
ISBN : 9780595532124
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 116
ISBN : 9780595520091
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 116
ISBN : 9780595632732

About the Book

In the early morning, Vice President-Elect Tom Ainsley answers the phone and is told something he never thought he’d hear: His running mate, and the top of the ticket, Jim Washburn, has died in a plane crash. Now, he must be prepared to lead a nation.

While the man Washburn defeated in the election, Senator Tom Falkner, wonders whether there is still a way to become the commander in chief, Ainsley sees an opportunity for compromise. But the new president-elect turns up dead before he gets the chance to offer the senator the chance to become vice president.

Now, a divided Congress, a partisan Supreme Court, and power brokers behind the scenes all want their say in how the country should move forward. They have no idea that lurking in the background is a religious fanatic who believes that America’s troubles are the will of Allah. Now just might be the perfect time to go to war.

Find out if the Constitution would hold up in an unfathomable crisis and whether partisan politicians would come together to combat a deadly threat in There Is No President.


About the Author

Reg Ivory spent 35 years in the newspaper industry as a lobbyist and as Executive Director of the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association, a newspaper training organization headquartered in Atlanta. He has lobbied extensively at the local, and state levels, as well as in Washington, DC. A Vietnam veteran, Ivory served seven years as a B-52 navigator-bombardier, flying over one hundred combat missions and earning eleven Air Medals. Ivory has previously written the 100 Year History of the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association. Retired and living in Tennessee, Ivory is now a graduate student in the creative writing program at the University of Tennessee.