As author and speaker Annalisa Vermeer advocates for fewer laws no lobbyists or political parties and respect for constituents' opinions she attracts the attention of powerful enemies in DC.
Amid a string of attacks Annalisa fears for her safety but refuses to back down. But when someone tries to kill her it leads to a police investigation and further danger.
Could the culprit be Representative Sylvia Rossman a firm adherent of political parties and influential PACs or her loyal legal advisor? Or Senator Sid Dobbins a staunch politician determined not to lose one iota of power?
When a person caught up in another attempt on Annalisa's life ends up dead the evidence does not lead to the murderer . . . until an innocuous comment proves to be just the clue to crack the case.
This debut novel takes us on a thrilling ride through DC's power corridors with a hero who refuses to accept the status quo.
Elisa Koopmans is an attorney specializing primarily in estate planning trust administration and probate who is licensed to practice law in both New York and Michigan under the name Elissa Koopmans Schwartz. When Elisa is not writing or practicing law she enjoys spending time with her two adult children and her Chihuahua Oreo who travels with her between Michigan and New York's Long Island where they live on the shores of the Long Island Sound. Elisa also enjoys working in her yard walking on the beach spending time with friends and family and going to Broadway musicals.
"Perceived Threat held my attention from beginning to end. Once I started reading I did not want to put it down. This book is filled with many twists and turns that always kept me guessing. I loved the political point of view. If you like political mysteries this is a must read. I loved it!" - T. Salisbury