Separation of Power - Chapters 1-5 Summary & Analysis

Vince Flynn
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Chapters 1-5 Summary

Senator Hank Clark puts down a copy of the San Francisco Tribune. The main headline screams "Irene Kennedy to become new CIA director." Clark is on Williams Island in the Bahamas to meet businessman Mark Ellis. Mark Ellis' father worked as a steel worker who installed in Mark the idea that rules are made by people who do not understand the reality of life and therefore are there to be broken. Clark knows this about Mark and combined with Ellis' angry temper understands he is not a man to mess with. Ellis tells Clark that he has not dealt with Kennedy as he said he would. In fact, it seems as if Clark has done the complete opposite. Ellis wants her out because a while ago, he put a lot of money into a business venture involving the CIA, and if...

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