Top 10 Best Political Fiction 2015 Edition

Looking for a great fiction novel with some political thrills, intrigue, or just some good ol’ fashion drama. It is hard to find a decent political novel that is not somehow grounded in progressive propaganda. Most books demonize the Republican Party while making the Democrats look born ready to lead. Of course, that is not the case on either side. If you’re looking for a good fiction book place in the world of American politics during this election cycle, check out this list of my top 10 best political fiction.

The Justice Game– After a man shoots up his former place of employment, attorney Jason Noble is brought in to defend the gun manufacturer who produced the firearm used at the scene. He is up against Kelly Starling, who is representing the victims, a brilliant and savvy lawyer. This is a great novel by Randy Singer.

The Hand of Fate– Part 2 in Lis Wiehl and April O’Henry’s “Triple Threat” novels, John Fate, a popular conservative radio host, is murdered by poison gas.  Federal Prosecutor Cassidy Shaw, FBI Special Agent Nicole Hedges, and crime reporter Cassidy Shaw work to solve the crime thinking something worse may happen.

The Ambition– Lee Strobel writes about an empty senate that is wanted by two men, a judge who seems on the up and up, but is secretly working the mob. The other is Eric Snow, a mega-church pastor and personal friend of the governor. After a real miracle happens at his church, Snow is tempted to distance himself from the ministry in order to gain the seat. That could lead to compromises that he may not want to cross.

Getting It Right– Conservative icon William F. Buckley Jr. writes about the days of JFK from the perspectives of the Objectives led by the libertarian thinker Ayn Rand and the anti-communists of the John Birch Society. It is a compelling read that not only explores the past, but makes predictions about the future.

President Long trilogy- Ralph Reed brings us a compelling trilogy about a longshot presidential candidate in Dark Horse, The Confirmation, and Blood & Ballots. Three great novels about government and politics. This one counts as three.

The Pelican Brief– Former lawyer John Grisham definitely shows partisan bias against the GOP, but it is still a compelling novel about the death of two Supreme Court Justices and the conspiracy surrounding them.

1984– In this alternate history by Newt Gingrich and William R. Forstchen, America only went to war with Japan during World War II, allowing Adolf Hitler to force a cease-fire on England. However, the Nazis plan to steal plans for a nuclear bomb from the most secure place in America.

Directed Verdict– Part political drama, part legal thriller, Randy Singer’s award winning novel shows a wife’s desire to sue the government of Saudi Arabia after they murder her missionary husband. It is bold and it is exciting.

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