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It's classified: a novel
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New York : Atria Books : Washington Square Pr., c2011.
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325 pages ; 24 cm.
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FICTION Wallace, N.
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President Charlotte Kramer, the nation’s first female president, returns for her second term after re-election and Tara Meyers is now Vice President of the United States. For Tara, making the transition from the New York Attorney General’s office to working on the national level by President Kramer’s side creates issues that blur the line between personal and professional. After botching a live television interview that gets everyone in D.C. clamoring for her resignation, she attempts to redeem herself by wading headlong into a sensational terror investigation. Unfortunately, Tara’s leading role in the case puts her in the crosshairs of an edgy public with questions about the White House’s role in the plot--and what the administration did or didn’t do to keep the country clear from danger.

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Sequel to: Eighteen acres.
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President Charlotte Kramer, the nation’s first female president, returns for her second term after re-election and Tara Meyers is now Vice President of the United States. For Tara, making the transition from the New York Attorney General’s office to working on the national level by President Kramer’s side creates issues that blur the line between personal and professional. After botching a live television interview that gets everyone in D.C. clamoring for her resignation, she attempts to redeem herself by wading headlong into a sensational terror investigation. Unfortunately, Tara’s leading role in the case puts her in the crosshairs of an edgy public with questions about the White House’s role in the plot--and what the administration did or didn’t do to keep the country clear from danger.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Wallace, N. (2011). It's classified: a novel. New York: Atria Books : Washington Square Pr.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Wallace, Nicolle. 2011. It's Classified: A Novel. New York: Atria Books : Washington Square Pr.

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Wallace, Nicolle, It's Classified: A Novel. New York: Atria Books : Washington Square Pr, 2011.

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Wallace, Nicolle. It's Classified: A Novel. New York: Atria Books : Washington Square Pr, 2011. Print.

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