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The Beijing Blunder by Jay Perin is the fourth book in the One Hundred Years of War series. The Cold War is coming to an end and the 90s are just around the corner. But freedom must still be paid for in blood. Temple’s time at the White House is over but his oil empire has fallen into the wrong hands. Once again his allies are at each other’s throats and the woman Temple wanted as his heir has gone on the run; Steven Kingsley has taken her place and he’ll do anything to maintain the power he stole. He might even go so far as to admit to arranging a former President’s assassination. Some people will stop at nothing – will Temple survive and can he find the woman he thinks of as his daughter in time? Only the right person can take over his empire, no matter what it takes.
The Beijing Blunder by Jay Perin is another fantastic installment in the series, a political and historical saga. Once again, Jay takes us back in time to another important point in history, taking us on an action-packed journey of political intrigue with plenty of twists and turns and suspense. Because it surrounds events that actually took place, it makes the story feel more realistic and the characters continue to evolve into thoroughly exciting people with real flaws. With plenty of tension built in, this is an engaging story with familiar characters (if you’ve read the other books in the series, which I urge you to do) and is one of the best political thrillers I have ever had the pleasure of reading.