Ben Coes was a speechwriter for the George H. W. Bush White House, worked for T. Boone Pickens, was a fellow at the JFK School of Government at Harvard, the campaign manager for Mitt Romney's run for governor in 2002, and is currently a partner in a private equity firm. He is the author of Coup d'Etat and Power Down, the critically acclaimed thriller which introduced Dewey Andreas. He lives in Wellesley, Massachusetts.
"My favorite novel in at least a decade. The writing was inherently masculine, brilliantly crafted." --Elizabeth Backney, Huffington Post "Action, international intrigue, romance--it doesn't get any better." --San Jose Mercury News "The Last Refuge is a winner, and it will keep readers turning the pages." --The Associated Press "Another winner from a writer who is a rising star among the ranks of the literary world's most successful authors of the international thriller." --The Nashua Telegraph "Fantastic... a terrific follow-up on [Coes's] first two suspenseful books." --Bestsellers World "It's a thriller. It's current, and the excitement keeps going..." --The Daily Oklahoman