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Fort Worth author releases sequel to ‘The Election’

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Fort Worth author Landon Wallace has released his sequel to his previous book, The Election.

“Once a shoo-in for the highest political office in the state, Blake Buchan an sacrificed his lifelong dream to protect his family. Now, a year removed from his withdrawal as a Texas gubernatorial candidate, Blake seeks to revive his once successful legal career while navigating a nasty divorce and shielding his beloved daughters from the fallout,” according to a news release about the book.

If the name Landon Wallace rings a bell in Fort Worth, check out our previous story on Wallace and his first book.

http://www.fortworthbusiness.com/news/law/in-market-fort-worth-author-unmasked-as/article_9103e3be-f7ec-11e7-b96d-8349ff8b1a6c.html

https://landonwallace.com/


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