Early in the story, you’ll learn that State of the Union references an address given by the President of the United States to a joint session of Congress. Founding fathers mandated that the President advise the nation on an annual basis of the current ’state’ of the ‘union’. Within a few pages, you’ll also discover that this President has two of these addresses prepared. One will be given, and the story progresses through the thrilling episodes of Scot Harvath as the hours tick toward the date and time of the speech. Some grizzly scenes that will have you grinding your teeth, which is Brad’s intent. A good read.
This story is early in the Scot Harvath series and is much, much better than the later books in the series.