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Hill Kemp is a former Texas State Representative and his novel, Capitol Offense, ISBN 1878096702, rips away the Austin facade and reveals a surprising cast of the real players and their cut-throat contentions. In the place where George W. Bush and Karl Rove learned their abc's of governing, Kemp's novel exposes the hidden 90% of the governing process which never makes its way into the news. Capitol Offense, is a parody of then governor Bush and virtually a literary political cartoon. The page-turner was labeled "dangerously close to reality" by one Austin, Texas veteran.

An equally gripping sequel A Lone Star Special (ISBN9781935137450) released in August, 2008 drives the legislative thriller path further into the murky depths of Texas politics. His children's chapter book, Lucky Penny. This e-book is in production.

Hill Kemp lives in the forest and lake country in northwest Louisiana. He is the father of two and grandfather of three.

You can reach Hill Kemp through his website: http://www.capitoloffense.com

www.capitoloffense.com

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