Term Limits (novel)

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Term Limits
TermLimitsCover.jpg
1997 First Edition Cover by Cloak & Dagger Press
Author Vince Flynn
Country United States
Language English
Genre Political Thriller
Publisher Cloak and Dagger, Incorporated
Publication date
August 1997 (1st edition)
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 403 (Hardcover~ edition)
ISBN 0-671-02317-9 (hardcover edition)
OCLC 38574209
813/.54 21
LC Class PS3556.L94 T4 1997
Preceded by None
Followed by Transfer of Power

Term Limits, published in 1997, is the first political thriller novel by Vince Flynn.

Plot introduction[edit]

Three of Washington's most powerful politicians are executed. The assassins demand that the American government set aside partisan politics and restore power to the people, specifically a balanced budget amendment and term limits for all of Congress. Michael O'Rourke, a U.S. Marine turned Congressman finds out who they are and why they do it.

Characters in Term Limits[edit]

The major characters in Term Limits include:[1]

  • President Jim Stevens - President of the United States
  • Stu Garret - White House Chief of Staff
  • Congressman Michael O'Rourke - Freshman Congressman from Minnesota and a U.S. Marine
  • Mike Nance - National Security Advisor
  • Brian Roach - Director of the FBI
  • Skip McMahon - Special Agent in charge of the Investigation of the assassinations
  • Dr. Irene Kennedy - CIA Terrorism Expert
  • Thomas Stansfield - Director of the CIA
  • Arthur Higgins - Retired CIA Director of Black Ops
  • Scott Coleman - Former Navy SEAL, assassin team leader

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