Summer White House Bookstore to Present Joe Rothstein’s Presidential Thriller “The Salvation Project”
Roman wins the award for best political thriller of the year. Compared to long-standing classics
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WASHINGTON, DC, United States, July 22, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – With Joe Biden of Delaware as president, Rehoboth Beach became the Summer White House, a suitable venue for Sunday’s (July 25) book signing for the author Joe rothsteinthe presidential thriller “The project of salvation. “
Browseabout Books is one of the best bookstores in the country. Joe and Jill Biden have both launched their own books on Browseabout and are frequent patrons.
In Rothstein’s “The Salvation Project”, the protagonist is a charismatic woman who runs for re-election for President of the United States, unaware that a ruthless international conspiracy, with a murderous agenda, is desperate to defeat her.
The “Salvation Project” was voted best political thriller of 2020 by the prestigious Pacific Reviews Award jury, which compares the novel to long-standing political classics The “Manchurian Candidate” and “The Dead Zone” by Stephen King.
Pacific Reviews, in its review, says, “Rothstein takes high-stakes political espionage to a very contemporary, believably frightening and absolutely addicting level with this opus.” This praise is echoed by BookLife of Publisher Weekly. “His ideas and machinations, including the intricacies of the Project, are unusual and memorable.”
Rothstein, a longtime summer resident of nearby Dewey Beach, is one of the nation’s top political strategists and media producers. His company has worked in over 200 political campaigns for some of the most powerful and well-known figures in American politics. He draws on this experience to write a captivating political drama.
Rothstein’s first novel, “The latina president and the conspiracy to destroy her“, won top honors at book festivals in Southern California, New England and London.
“For those involved in it, political campaigns are dramatic personal events,” says Rothstein. “Careers are made or lost. Marriages are created and destroyed. Friendships are formed and can last a lifetime. Someday on election day you win or be defeated, and losing can happen even if your share of the vote is 49.9%. The extraordinary pressure on otherwise ordinary people is incredible. This is all in real time, but my involvement in so many campaigns allows me to translate the events into what I hope is absorbing fiction.
Rothstein captures this drama in his novels. Midwest Reviews says of “The Salvation Project,” “Be forewarned: there’s a lot of juicy action to digest here… and just as it looks like an orderly ending will evolve, another unexpected twist emerges. “The Salvation Project” encompasses elections, murder and conspiracy at the highest levels of office and heart. “
Publishers Weekly’s Book Life says, “Rothstein’s book offers a compelling and topical storyline that regularly creates tension and suspense, ultimately delivering unexpected twists and a rewarding ending.
Rothstein’s book signing is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon on Sunday July 25. “The Salvation Project” is available from all online booksellers and in most bookstores.
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