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She'll do anything to unearth the secrets. They'll stop at nothing to silence her. Smithsonian archeologist, Roslin Williams gets a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to excavate the areas where The White House once stood. When she uncovers an Air Force One plane containing human remains and a mysterious briefcase, she's determined to dig up any information on the airplane and t She'll do anything to unearth the secrets. They'll stop at nothing to silence her. Smithsonian archeologist, Roslin Williams gets a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to excavate the areas where The White House once stood. When she uncovers an Air Force One plane containing human remains and a mysterious briefcase, she's determined to dig up any information on the airplane and the secrets behind it. However, the dangerous powers behind this age-old scandal have plans of their own. Keeping facts buried is their number one priority and Roslin is getting in their way. With an assassin closing in, to silence her once and for all, Roslin teams up with Special Agent Mark Appleton to unravel this ancient conspiracy. But with time running out, will they unearth the truth before they're the next buried fatalities?


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She'll do anything to unearth the secrets. They'll stop at nothing to silence her. Smithsonian archeologist, Roslin Williams gets a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to excavate the areas where The White House once stood. When she uncovers an Air Force One plane containing human remains and a mysterious briefcase, she's determined to dig up any information on the airplane and t She'll do anything to unearth the secrets. They'll stop at nothing to silence her. Smithsonian archeologist, Roslin Williams gets a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to excavate the areas where The White House once stood. When she uncovers an Air Force One plane containing human remains and a mysterious briefcase, she's determined to dig up any information on the airplane and the secrets behind it. However, the dangerous powers behind this age-old scandal have plans of their own. Keeping facts buried is their number one priority and Roslin is getting in their way. With an assassin closing in, to silence her once and for all, Roslin teams up with Special Agent Mark Appleton to unravel this ancient conspiracy. But with time running out, will they unearth the truth before they're the next buried fatalities?

59 review for The White House Files

  1. 5 out of 5

    Alicia Huxtable

    Fantastic writing!!! The characters, the story, everything about about this book was just fantastic!! I wanted more and the way this book finished, I'm hoping there is Fantastic writing!!! The characters, the story, everything about about this book was just fantastic!! I wanted more and the way this book finished, I'm hoping there is

  2. 4 out of 5

    Yvonne

    This book is set hundreds of years in the future, the main protagonist Rosalin Williams is part of an archaeological dig in what is thought to be the grounds of the White House. It is during this dig that the discovery of Air Force One is made. It is all witnessed via a “live news-feed” across the country and also by a mysterious, generations old secret organisation. The realisation that Roslin has unearthed something that could expose and threaten their existence is too much for them to allow h This book is set hundreds of years in the future, the main protagonist Rosalin Williams is part of an archaeological dig in what is thought to be the grounds of the White House. It is during this dig that the discovery of Air Force One is made. It is all witnessed via a “live news-feed” across the country and also by a mysterious, generations old secret organisation. The realisation that Roslin has unearthed something that could expose and threaten their existence is too much for them to allow her to continue. When they go after Roslin to stop her discovering what is contained within the plane, they find she is not to be intimidated, also that she will risk much to get to the bottom of her discovery. This was quite an interesting read. Yes, it is set in the future, but does not have loads of futuristic, gadget tech terminology in it. It is set hundreds of years in the future, but at times you forget that and easily think that it is only decades and not ceturies, mainly due to this lack of terminology, for me it made the story flow easier, without tripping and stumbling over terms that could confuse. The characters are recognisable and drew a range of emotional reactions as I read, the main one is Roslin, she is a reasonably strong character, stubborn and principled and, though she does take a while to warm up to Mark Appleton, their partnership does work well. The plot, though basic, is quite light, has a good pace to it and keeps the story flowing and interesting. It kept me occupied to read it in almost one sitting, and intrigued me enough to keep turning the pages. Overall an interesting book that has a prequel or first book feel to it, and I would be interested to read another if there is a follow on book. I think this would appeal to readers who prefer a more lighter futuristic read, with non of the geeky futuristic terminology in. A good book for an entertaining lazy afternoon read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Deb Ristow

    I received this book as part of the Goodreads Giveaway program. I gave this book a 3 star rating but it would be more accurate as a 3.5 star rating. This book is set in the future following Worl War 3. It is the story of Roslin Williams from the Smithsonian as an archeologist who has uncovered the remnants of an Air Force One plane with deceased on board. Working with Mark Appleton a special agent, she soon finds herself the target of killers intent on silencing her and keeping her from discoveri I received this book as part of the Goodreads Giveaway program. I gave this book a 3 star rating but it would be more accurate as a 3.5 star rating. This book is set in the future following Worl War 3. It is the story of Roslin Williams from the Smithsonian as an archeologist who has uncovered the remnants of an Air Force One plane with deceased on board. Working with Mark Appleton a special agent, she soon finds herself the target of killers intent on silencing her and keeping her from discovering the truth about these events from long ago. The concept for this storyline was unique and interesting with lots of references to events and items commonplace in today’s society and unknown to those in the future. Loved the idea but the delivery fell a little short- was hoping with this storyline, this would be one of those books you can’t put down, however, that wasn’t the case.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    I was very lucky to win this book in a Goodreads giveaway, the author signed the book and sent a personal note which was a lovely touch. I found the book a pleasure to read. The characters we were engaging, and the plot was unusual in a good way. I don't usually like books set in the future, but the author did it in such a clever way weaving everyday items we have into the story as though they were ancient objects. I choose the book because it was a political thriller and it delivered on that the I was very lucky to win this book in a Goodreads giveaway, the author signed the book and sent a personal note which was a lovely touch. I found the book a pleasure to read. The characters we were engaging, and the plot was unusual in a good way. I don't usually like books set in the future, but the author did it in such a clever way weaving everyday items we have into the story as though they were ancient objects. I choose the book because it was a political thriller and it delivered on that theme. I also really enjoyed the secret society element of the story. I won't say anymore to make sure I don't give away any spoilers. I look forward to more books in the series, I'm really glad I discovered this author.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Vera Wilson

    After days and days of by inch work digging, Roslin hits something. The guys take over and a door is discovered. But handle breaks off, and only one small enough to slip inside is Roslin. Dark and something odd, legs just dangles. When they let her slip, discovers weird stuff. Skeltons floating around. Her life seems to be at risk after this, bump on head ends in hospital. Then not even safe there. A cop tried to choke her?? Roslin is even more determined to find out what she has uncovered before After days and days of by inch work digging, Roslin hits something. The guys take over and a door is discovered. But handle breaks off, and only one small enough to slip inside is Roslin. Dark and something odd, legs just dangles. When they let her slip, discovers weird stuff. Skeltons floating around. Her life seems to be at risk after this, bump on head ends in hospital. Then not even safe there. A cop tried to choke her?? Roslin is even more determined to find out what she has uncovered before someone does her in. A book of the future, keep the reader wondering. Would recommend to others.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Janis

    Time for your tin foil hat! WW3 occurred and the world has worked very hard to move forward from these past events - so much and so many lost that society simply wants to move on. The Smithsonian institute wants to document what they can so they try the former location of the White House. What they find is a conspiracy, a murdered President and a secret society that doesn't want to be exposed. I found one aspect very funny - they can't read words anymore only emojis! I can't wait for the follow Time for your tin foil hat! WW3 occurred and the world has worked very hard to move forward from these past events - so much and so many lost that society simply wants to move on. The Smithsonian institute wants to document what they can so they try the former location of the White House. What they find is a conspiracy, a murdered President and a secret society that doesn't want to be exposed. I found one aspect very funny - they can't read words anymore only emojis! I can't wait for the follow up book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    K. Counihan

    Hundreds of years after WWIII ............... Future Washington D.C. , an old Air Force One plane is found containing human remains. Roslin Williams, Smithsonian archeologist, teams up with Special Agent Mark Appleton to uncover and investigate the matter. The story is fast paced, well written, and gives a new twist outlook to our future. This comes with a major cliff hanger warning.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jim Rickard

    What a fun book to read This book was a joy to read. Set in the future and the humor was great. It has a good plot. At first I didn't know if I was going to finish it, but then, bam, I kept reading. What a fun book to read This book was a joy to read. Set in the future and the humor was great. It has a good plot. At first I didn't know if I was going to finish it, but then, bam, I kept reading.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Don Myers

    What? Will there be another book? This was just like a cliff hanger on a tv series. I feel like i wasted my time reading this because there was no real ending to the book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Chaya Nebel

    This story has a great premise, but has some flaws that kept it from being great in execution. It is hundreds of years into the future, and excavation is underway in the spot on which the American White House used to stand. There is about to be unearthed some sort of structure -- they don't know exactly what it was -- that will reveal something about a past president. Roslin Williams, archaeologist extraordinaire, is at the forefront of this discovery, but her life is put in danger by what she f This story has a great premise, but has some flaws that kept it from being great in execution. It is hundreds of years into the future, and excavation is underway in the spot on which the American White House used to stand. There is about to be unearthed some sort of structure -- they don't know exactly what it was -- that will reveal something about a past president. Roslin Williams, archaeologist extraordinaire, is at the forefront of this discovery, but her life is put in danger by what she finds. It is a race against the clock and some very bad people to figure out what the past holds and who wants to block that past, and their present, from being exposed. The writer has a great flair for dialogue, character development, and pacing. The dialogue and characters are believable, and the action is just the right combination of fast-paced where it needs to be and more deliberate where necessary. We are invested in what happens to Roslin, hate her obnoxious boss as she does, and we're right there with her when she goes down into the depths of the dig. My main problem with the novel is the details of this future world, which are sort of hinted at but not really fleshed out. For example, it is established that people in Roslin's time don't fly on airplanes, don't watch TV, and don't even use things like tweezers. But it's never made clear what takes the place of these things, and in fact, in actuality, the book presents plenty of contradictory evidence. For example, the ancient TV in Roslin's apartment is a big ancient clunker, which supposedly nobody has any use for, except that Roslin can actually tune in a news show, and in addition, the dig she is doing is being livestreamed into people's homes.....just on what devices, is never made clear. It's clear they have no idea what a plane is, and yet they unearth an ancient car in order to travel to their final destination. The future world is not delineated in any specific way, and this just lends a vagueness to the setting.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jim

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  15. 5 out of 5

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  18. 5 out of 5

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  19. 4 out of 5

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  20. 4 out of 5

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  21. 4 out of 5

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  24. 5 out of 5

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  26. 5 out of 5

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  28. 5 out of 5

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  37. 4 out of 5

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  38. 5 out of 5

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  45. 4 out of 5

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