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  • ISBN 1613721684
  • ISBN13 978-1613721681
  • Language English
  • Author John Simpson
  • Publisher Dreamspinner Press (September 23, 2011)
  • Pages 200
  • Formats mbr doc azw rtf
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Genre Fiction
  • Size ePub 1511 kb
  • Size Fb2 1740 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 184

Sequel to Out of the Gilded Cage

Condor One: Book Five

When former President of the United States David Windsor is appointed the American ambassador to the Court of St. James, it necessitates a move to England. Uprooting his family and moving his staff, David and his husband, ex-Secret Service Agent Shane Thompson-Windsor, settle into Winfield House with their adopted son, Jack, and two feisty Scottie puppies.

Life is finally settling into a routine when Jack is abducted by Libyan nationals. No longer able to call directly upon US military forces, David turns to his successor as President, Victoria Wilson, to enlist her aid and gain her approval of a daring rescue attempt, and asks his cousin King William for help luring the kidnapper to British soil for retribution. It’s a mission that will ultimately involve the British Marines and even personal phone calls to Colonel Muammar Gaddafi as David will stop at nothing to see his son safely home.


Condor and the Crown has what I assume to be a picture of Jack on the cover and he looks as if he's about 8 years ol. I have read many of John Simpson's books and all of the Condor books.

Another problem I have is with the timeline of the story. It leads the reader to assume that it is taking place in current times. I really love his technical knowledge with the security and how things are run at the white house, the politics (not that I am an expert in any of these things). The only thing that really bothered me about this book was that Jack (their adopted son) was two years younger! He was 14 in the previous book and here he was 12.

Condor and the Crown is the fifth book in the Condor Series by John Simpson. When I read the Condor series, I enjoyed reading the books because of the original idea of having a gay man as the President of the United States. The books were not without problems. I think it's more a 2/5 or even a 1/5. The book starts off with Jack who's supposed to be a teenager, suddenly regressing about five years.

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Condor and the Crown is the fifth book of this series, the story starts off with David .

Condor and the Crown is the fifth book of this series, the story starts off with David and Shane along with their son Jack moving to England. David Windsor has been appointed to serve as the American. John Simpson is a Vietnam Era Veteran, former Police Officer of the Year, a Federal Agent, a Federal Magistrate, an armed bodyguard to Saudi Royalty, a senior Federal Government executive, and recipient of awards from the Vice President of the United States and the Secretary of Treasury. John feels that for too long fiction writers neglected gay men.

Condor and the Crown. Sequel to Out of the Gilded Cage Condor One: Book Five. When former President of the United States David Windsor is appointed the American ambassador to the Court of St. James, it necessitates a move to England

Condor and the Crown. James, it necessitates a move to England. Uprooting his family and moving his staff, David and his husband, ex-Secret Service Agent Shane Thompson-Windsor, settle into Winfield House with their adopted son, Jack, and two feisty Scottie puppies. Life is finally settling into a routine when Jack is abducted by Libyan nationals.

Sequel to Out of the Gilded Cage Condor One: Book Five When former President of the United States David Windsor is appointed the American ambassador to the Court of St. James, it necessitates a move to England

Sequel to Out of the Gilded Cage Condor One: Book Five When former President of the United States David Windsor is appointed the American ambassador to the Court of St.

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Book in the Condor Series). Sequel to Out of the Gilded Cage" "Condor One: Book Five" When former President of the United States David Windsor is appointed the American ambassador to the Court of St. James, it necessitates a move to England

Book in the Condor Series).

Condor and the Crown - John Simpson.

Sequel to Out of the Gilded Cage Condor One: Book Five. Condor and the Crown - John Simpson.

Condor One: Book One. The Democratic Party's 2012 nominee for President, David J. Windsor, and America are . Together they realize they must find a way to balance the President and the Agent against David and Shane before stress and responsibility tear them apart. Windsor, and America are equally shocked when he is outted by his opponent just six weeks before the Fall election. Following his heart, David chooses honesty over media spin and overcomes the obstacle to win the election. Despite that success, dark forces around the world begin to plot against him, and President Windsor's security is a must. Отзывы - Написать отзыв.

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Malodora
This is a general review of the entire Condor Series. I basically like the concept of the story about a gay president and his lover that was his secret service agent. What I found to be strange in these books was the way the characters related to each other. The King of England is the main character, David Windsor's cousin and he refers to him as "cousin" all the time in the dialog. I don't think the way the characters relate to each other is how people actually talk. I also have an issue with the 14 year old kid the two of them adopt. We're told in the story that Jack is a streetwise 14 year old, however there is another time when the terrorist that kidnaps Jack says that he is 12. Then one of the characters refers to Jack as their 'little boy.' I don't know of many who refer to their teenaged son as a 'little boy.' It comes across as creepy. Condor and the Crown has what I assume to be a picture of Jack on the cover and he looks as if he's about 8 years old. There are some editing issues at play here. Another problem I have is with the timeline of the story. It leads the reader to assume that it is taking place in current times. David Windsor is elected president in the first book and he takes over the Presidency from president Scalia. I assumed Scalia to be a fictitious version of President Bush and President Windsor to be kind of a fictitious Obama. However in the later books, the author mentions the fact that the US has already had a black president. Then the author mentions that President Victoria Jackson who gets elected after President Windsor is in office when Bin Laden and Quadaffi are killed. Huh? I guess it is the author's right to create the story that's in his head, but I like some truth to the story. And don't even get me started about the King of England authorizing commando raids or the feasibility of an ex-president who is now an ambassador being allowed to go on a raid to rescue his son. Not likely! Overall, the story was interesting to me and I enjoyed it, but it did seem overly fluffy. It makes me want to send a resume to Dreamspinner Press because they need an editor.
Awene
David, Shane and Jack and 2 little puppies are making themselves at home in Britain while David is an Ambassador. However, their peace is shattered when Jack is kidnapped. With the help from President Victoria Shane and David embark on a journey to rescue their son. I have never seen David and Shane go into such darkness but they will do anything to bring back their son and then make the monsters who abducted him pay with their lives. I loved it, anyone who loves and feels very protective of their loved ones will see themselves in David and Shane's actions.
There was a new love blossom between President's son, Darren, and a British Prince, Michael.
Nuadora
Great story. I've loved every book in this series. These books are the TRUE "alternate facts" that could really work in this world.
Mitars Riders
Does the gay US President enjoy retirement with his true love when he leaves office after serving but one term? What draws him back into public service as the Ambassador to Great Britain? Does Mary, his administrative assistant, follow them to London? Read up!
Brightcaster
I have read many of John Simpson's books and all of the Condor books. I really love his technical knowledge with the security and how things are run at the white house, the politics (not that I am an expert in any of these things). The only thing that really bothered me about this book was that Jack (their adopted son) was two years younger! He was 14 in the previous book and here he was 12. One of the main criteria for choosing him was their wanting a homeless gay child. It was stated he was fourteen in the previous book but he also knew he was gay and he was causing trouble by having sex with the other boys. Despite the fact Jack situation, it was still a really enjoyable book, but I would love to have it explained to me why he got younger! -- Assuming of course that there is a reason other than oooops! LOL
CopamHuk
Well written, great action, great love story! I love this series. I have the whole set. Great author. I hope he writes more political love stories.
lucky kitten
The story tends to exaggerate, yet the author presented a well-structured storyline
Great series