Clinton is teaming up with her friend, the novelist Louise Penny, on"State of Terror," that has a plot which may happen to a person of Clinton's history: A"newcomer" secretary of state, functioning at the management of a rival fighter, attempts to address a wave of terrorist attacks.
"Composing a thriller with Louise is a fantasy come true," Clinton, who's voiced admiration for Penny as well as other mystery authors before, explained in a statement Tuesday. "I have relished each one of her novels and their personalities in addition to her friendship. Now we are joining our adventures to explore the intricate world of high stakes diplomacy and treachery. All isn't as it first seems."
Penny, an award winning writer from Canada whose books include"The Cruelest Month" and"The Brutal Telling," said in an announcement which she couldn't"say yes fast enough" into the odds of working with Clinton.
Fiction composing and worst-case scenarios have become a favourite pastime for both Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton. He collaborated with James Patterson about the million-selling cyber thriller"The President is missing," and onto a brand new publication,"The President's Daughter," that comes out in June.
Hillary Clinton, secretary of state throughout Barack Obama's first semester, has composed a couple of nonfiction works. They include the memoir"Living History";"Tough Choices," which covered her period together with Obama, who defeated her in the 2008 Democratic presidential chief; and"What Happened," which concentrates on her magnificent loss to Donald Trump at the 2016 election.
"Condition of Terror" seems to draw not only on her years as secretary of statebut on her ideas about the Trump government's"America First" foreign policy. Based on Simon & Schuster and St. Martin's, the major character is"tasked with building a group to mimic the deadly conspiracy, a strategy carefully designed to benefit from an American authorities out of touch and out of electricity from the regions where it counts the most."
Financial terms weren't disclosed.