Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton introduced she’s popping out with a brand new ebook, one she says is not like her earlier written work. 

“State of Terror” is described as a political thriller that appears to resemble a little bit of Clinton’s resume. The plot follows the appointment of a girl chosen because the secretary of state by a brand new president, who’s a “political enemy” of hers, and the way a sequence of terrorist assaults immediate an “international chess game” involving nations like Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran and even “the Russian mob.” 


The ebook, which is being printed by Simon & Shuster on Oct. 12, is co-authored by Louise Penny. 

“My first foray into fiction!” Clinton tweeted on Tuesday. “It was a labor of love with my friend (and favorite mystery author) Louise Penny, and I can’t wait for you to read it.”

Some critics pushed again, insisting this is not Clinton’s “first foray into fiction” regardless of her declare. 

“Your first foray into fiction was the idea the 2016 election was stolen from you,” PurpleState senior editor Joe Cunningham advised Clinton. 

Washington Free Beacon reporter Chuck Ross shared a screenshot of a 2016 tweet fueling a story connecting the Trump Organization to a Russian financial institution, which was swept up within the Durham probe. 

Last month, Democratic lawyer Michael Sussmann was charged with mendacity to the FBI concerning not disclosing his ties to Clinton’s presidential marketing campaign after pushing for an investigation into then-candidate Donald Trump’s ties to Russia in 2016, particularly over a server connection between the Trump Organization and the Kremlin-linked Alfa Bank.

This marked the second indictment to return from Special Counsel John Durham, who’s trying into the origins of the Russia investigation. Trump-era Attorney General William Barr appointed Durham to analyze the place the Trump-Russia collusion narrative got here from in April 2019. 

Last week, Durham handed down a brand new set of subpoenas, together with one concentrating on the Clinton-linked legislation agency Perkins Coie, the place Sussmann beforehand served as a companion.