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Friday December 15th, 2017 6:46PM

LISTEN: Gold and a change in Congress at the center of the Lost Order

By Bill and Joel

Best-selling author Steve Berry joined WDUN's Bill and Joel to discuss his latest thriller "The Lost Order". Find out how the Knights of the Golden Circle were planning to take over Mexico and the Caribbean to establish 11 new states. The treasure they amassed for a second Civil War is still yet to be found. And what of a change in Congress that could make the Speaker the most powerful person in America? Interesting facts that make for the backbone of great fiction.

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