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Number of Pages: 352
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2018
After getting the green light from her network to launch an investigative news show, Erica flies to Bismarck, North Dakota, to investigate Take Back Our Homeland, the largest secessionist group. What she finds is profoundly disturbinga growing threat to the future of our union.
Back home, her husband Greg is drinking more and talking lessand taking an unusual interest in the glamorous author Leslie Burke Wilson. Ericas teenage daughter has also begun acting out in troubling ways.
Then she discovers a potential informant murdered in her Bismarck hotel. Take Back Our Homeland might be even more dangerous than she had thoughtand shes unwittingly become one of the key players in the story. Her fear and anxiety escalatefor her marriage, her daughter, and her own life.
Bestselling novelist and former legal analyst for Fox News Lis Wiehl takes us behind the anchors desk in this gripping look at high-stakes reporting in a country torn apart.
"BREAKING NEWS! Lis Wiehl has written another blockbusterusing her insiders eye to nail the dangerous mix of media and politics. The Separatists is bold, timely, thrilling and a simply stunning read." Linda Fairstein, New York Times bestselling author
"Political high jinks and unusual escapades always mark a Lis Wiehl novel. Eric Sparks is a highly trained, top-notched, alpha-femaletotally reminiscent of her creator. This one is a smart, sexy, reflective read and I highly recommend it."
Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author
Lis Wiehl is one of the nations most prominent trial lawyers and highly regarded legal commentators. The former legal analyst for Fox News and the OReilly Factor, she has appeared regularly on Your World with Neil Cavuto, Lou Dobbs Tonight, and the Imus morning shows, and was the host of the Wiehl of Justice podcast. She is also a professor at New York Law School and a host on the Law & Crime live trial network. A former legal analyst and reporter for NBC News and NPRs All Things Considered, she also served as a federal prosecutor in the United States Attorneys office and was a tenured professor of law at the University of Washington. Wiehl earned her JD from Harvard Law School and her MA in literature from the University of Queensland. She lives near New York City.
Sebastian Stuart has published four novels under his own name, including The Hour Between, winner of the Ferro-Grumley Award and an NPR Seasons Readings selection. He has also co-written national and New York Times bestselling books. As senior editor of e-book publisher New Word City, Stuart has written over two dozen original non-fiction e-books.