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A-B-C is a fast-paced political thriller that chronicles the story of Billy Johnstone, an independently wealthy third-party candidate.

He longs to correct mankind's problems and break the curse of social ills, poverty, religion, and politics that has divided our world into the "haves" and "have-nots."

A self-made multi-billionaire, Billy reasons that if he becomes President of the United States, with the great power of that office, his dreams will become a reality.

Realizing the enormity of the task, he acquires an inner circle of loyal men; a brain trust. Billy convinces them that accomplishing his ambitious plan will be as easy as A-B-C.

Plan A: Get Elected.
Plan B: Eliminate Non-productive Elements.
Plan C: Ensure Control.
At break-neck speed, Billy Johnstone not only becomes President, he manages to influence the political, economic and social balance of the world.

His tactics are well researched and, though not pleasant, they are proven historically effective and work very well.

A world once confounded by poverty, hunger, diminishing natural resources, political strife, religious wars and indiscriminate terrorism transforms into a seemingly productive, peaceful global society working together without conflict.

Billy's mantra to the world: "Don’t worry. Everything's gonna’ be all right!"

Or is it?

Published: Steven J. Conners on
ISBN: 9781465874771
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