The Cemetery Vote by Steve Silkin

The Cemetery Vote pretty much has it all: political suspense, drug runners, dancing girls, gangs, and the violence isn't too graphic. Either side of the aisle a person is politically, the book shows that there are flaws everywhere. The premise and story line were both good, the action was riveting, and I thought he hit it out of the ball park. Highly recommended political drama, with humorous elements kicked in. The characters are believable and even the really bad guys are sort of likable.

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