Daughters of the Revolution
A political thriller set in the midst of a bitterly fought US governor's election, from the Democrat perspective.
'In the big, bold Daughters of the Revolution, [Edgar] uses a political thriller to show how the 1960s' radical baby-boomers turned into today's bland conformists. The action starts with a birthday gift to an ex-activist of his FBI file. This leads him on an obsessive quest to identify the informer who in 1972 betrayed his revolutionary cell...' Guardian
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