Synopses & Reviews
December, 2016: Everyone thinks the election is over... An idealistic young researcher uncovers a series of deaths among Electors and must race against time and a secret, deadly efficient conspiracy. There are less than three weeks until the real presidential election.
When Matthew Yamashita discovers a series of unexplained deaths among Electors, he and his advisor must work to get the information out and stop the plot. They are joined by an FBI agent. Although initially sceptical, she, too, begins to glimpse just how deep the conspiracy goes.
Theirs becomes a race against time to get their information to light before the Electors meet on December 19, 2016. The conspirators always seem one step ahead of them, and it's unclear who, if anyone, they can trust. The stakes could not be higher. If the plot succeeds, the government itself would no longer derive its "just powers from the consent of the governed."
Publishers Weekly says Faithless Elector is a "fast-moving topical thriller." Its "surprising twists add up to a highly suspenseful read." Faithless Elector is a timely, compelling novel for turbulent times.