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Senator Collins and Mark have been close for a very long time, with Mark managing most of his calendar and affairs. Marla, the senator's wife, is confident that most, if not all, decisions are actually made by Mark. Brian, just like his father, has an unusual relationship with Vincent Gallia, who has been his close friend since high school. Rita, his wife, was at first Vincent's girlfriend, but with a sudden change, he pushed her toward Brian. Brian and Vincent are deployed together when an explosion kills Vincent and leaves Brian in a wheelchair. How will Brian cope with this loss? To find out how things play out in this politically powerful family and the events at Eastminster that Rita is following up on, get a copy of Trios: Death, Deceit, and Politics by Carl Parsons.
Trios: Death, Deceit, and Politics by Carl Parsons is a wonderfully written book with twists and turns in the flawlessly flowing plotline that kept me intrigued and entertained. It was a page-turner, and I couldn't put the book down once I started reading. I loved how vivid Carl was with the descriptions of events and places, which helped create a mental picture of what was happening. The characters were all well-developed, and I enjoyed the easy-to-understand language used, which makes the book accessible to all kinds of readers. I found it to be thought-provoking, and I enjoyed the themes covered, such as the state of education and what is going on in colleges. I cannot wait to read something else by this talented author.