Brian D. Pardo's New Book is a Gripping War Thriller about Political Intrigue and Ambition

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‘The Committee’ follows two military special agents who are tasked to destroy nuclear threats in Iraq and save the United States president from an assassination ploy.

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“The Committee” by Brian D. Pardo follows Youngblood Hawk and Julia Francis, two highly placed military intelligence officers, who begin to unravel the conspiracy of the century. They are assigned to several exciting Vietnam missions and life-threatening encounters but when they stumble upon the assassination plot of the president of Vietnam and the president of the United States, their lives begin to change.

When did it start? Who started it? Assassination is not new, but high-level assassination by the government is. Where will it end?

Readers will embark on this riveting saga with author Brian D. Pardo who will send them further into an abyss of deceit, thrills, lies and uncontrollable emotions. “The Committee” is a fast-paced, action-packed thriller that will grab readers from page one and does not let go until its stunning conclusion.

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About the Author
Brian Dodd Pardo was born on October 1, 1942. After the war his family moved to Phoenix, Arizona where he and his brother along with a younger sister were raised. Pardo attended Arizona State University where he studied Political Science, Philosophy and Business Administration. Prior to graduation Pardo left Arizona State to join the US Army after the Cuban missile crisis caused him to believe the United States was about to go to war with Russia. Pardo spent almost seven years in the military when he was honorably discharged as a combat pilot and veteran of the Vietnam War. He married his high school sweetheart and has two daughters and three grandchildren. Pardo lives in Waco, Texas where he has resided since 1976.

The Committee* by Brian D. Pardo
The Assasination of Presidents
Publication Date: 2/11/2014
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 330 pages; 978-1-4931-2324-7
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 330 pages; 978-1-4931-2325-4
e-book; $3.99; 978-1-4931-2326-1

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