Elected for Death the sensational new thriller by Tony Bulmer
December 15, 2015
Elected for Death is the new thriller from Tony Bulmer.
When you make mistakes, it is best to bury those indiscretions deep—in the Qpac marshes, outside New Haven, Connecticut for example.
All American hockey legend Lex “Bulldog” Logan is the heir to one of Manhattan’s oldest banking dynasties. He is also fighting against type to become the person he knows he can be. The world of politics beckons. Trouble is, the old darkness is rising within his soul and he knows that soon he will have to kill again.
Meanwhile, Yale graduate Stacy Ryder isn’t ready to settle down, but her parents are insisting. Perhaps unrequited college crush Lex Logan would be the perfect match? Problem is, Lex is on the way to becoming the next governor of New York and he isn’t the marrying kind. Luckily Stacy knows where all the bodies are buried—quite literally. But the course of true love never did run smooth, especially when you have a limo full of crazed relatives, a T.V. Evangelist, and the FBI on your tail.
Elected for Death combines the quirkiness of the Coen Brothers, with the hard-hitting satire of Bret Easton Ellis’s American Psycho.