The President is Missing is a novel by James Patterson and Bill Clinton. The story is a political thriller centered on the possibilities of cyberterrorism. In an age where Americans’ lives rely on technology, a virus lurks that could destroy the Internet. This act of cyberterrorism that could set the county back centuries. United States President Jonathan Lincoln Duncan fights against opponents who want to impeach him, his own potentially fatal illness, a traitor, and time in order to find a fix for the virus and keep America running smoothly. Themes in the novel include cyberterrorism, politics versus patriotism, and the impact of the media on politics.