A friend gave me this one a while ago and, being a little burned out on sci-fi, I decided to change up the genres a little. Legal/political thrillers have been a guilty pleasure for a while now, with John Grisham and Tom Clancy leading the way. Well… John Nance did a good job with this one, that’s for sure.

The story starts out with an ex-president about to be arrested in Greece for what turns out to be a torture warrant. The rest of the book is a series of legal and aviation moves to keep the President from being arrested and sent to Peru to face trial. The action is pretty much non-stop and, other than a happily ever after ending, no major complaints. I’m probably going to check out a few more of his books.