The Frank Mire political thriller series was inspired by the current re-birth of interest in national government and how the outcome of elections can be influenced by corruption and dirty tricks. Rather than weighing in on political issues, the story line focuses on situations that are non-partisan (no political parties are ever identified) and not subject to political ideology (no positions are taken on policy issues). The focus is placed squarely on right and wrong as defined by law and the Mire PR team has one guiding principle: no one should be immune from the truth.
Desire introduces the main characters: Frank Mire and his small team that operates under the business name Mire Public Relations Inc. The action takes place during during the primary elections phase of a national election cycle.
Dance takes us into the next phase of the electoral process – general elections. The stakes are higher and the players are better funded and much more devious. Do the good guys have a chance?
Duty examines the transition period between elections and taking the oath of office. This seems like it should be a quiet time, but that’s a myth.
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