The Senator by TD Barnes


The Hanson family, Hoot, a laid-back oilman, his feisty wife, Hanna, their twin girls have been through hell and back since their small independent oil company struck oil, a lot of oil. The notoriety brought by the wildcat strike and targeted their hard-earned wealth has forced them to arm a fearsome private army known as the White Hats in defense that today was an international security service company. The combination of the Hanson’s prevailing against all the odds and the global demand for the Hanson White Hats brought power that Hoot enhances by agreeing to take the place of terminally ill US Senator. When the Islamic jihadist crosses the Mexican border to seize American school girls for human trafficking, Senator Hanson leads his White Hats in a recovery of the girls on Mexican soil. In a meeting with the president of Mexico, they team up to close the border from the Mexican side, stopping terrorists from traveling through Mexico to get to the United States and halting the flow of drugs. Drug wars erupt in the US cities as the market dries up. Hanson Security Services exposes politicians enriching themselves from the sales of narcotics. The senator does something that President Trump tried but failed. He goes to Washington to drain the swamp.

Posted by Thornton D. Barnes

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