Everything is politics in 'Season of Fear'

March 11, 2015 12:05 PM

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"Everything is politics," observes a character on the periphery of what will be a tumultuous Florida governor's race in "Season of Fear." And politics seems to seep into every action in "Season of Fear" - whether it's a relaxing day at the beach or a simple meal in this well-plotted first of a planned series by Edgar Award finalist Brian Freeman.

Ignore the rather shaky prologue during which Birch Fairmont, a congressional candidate from the newly formed Common Way Party, and two others are assassinated, a decade ago during a political fund-raiser in Lake Wales. "Season of Fear" soon kicks into high gear as it combines the police procedural ...

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