THE PRESIDENT'S THERAPIST
"WAREHAM'S 231 PAGE BOOK IS A WINNER. Leadership psychologist, Dr. Mark Alter is secretly retained to help United States President George W. Bush address a clandestine addiction to alcohol and reverse the course of the Iraq War. The assignment meets with astonishing success — until malevolent forces come into play.
The novel’s eerie realism stems from Wareham’s lifetime of experience as confidential counselor to corporate leaders, and his meticulous research into the psyche of George W. Bush. Through Dr. Alter, Wareham shares presents balanced, authentic insights into perhaps the most tragic president in modern times, and shows precisely how his presidency might have been rescued.
"A 'what if' novel wrapped in layers of reality that offers an unnerving case study or alcoholism in the White House. We enter a series of psychological and forensic inteligence forays engendered by the U.S. Secret Service, along with a certain Doctor Mark Alter, leadership psychologist and wizard at "coaching" damaged CEO's into restoring their acumen and performance. In this case, however, the patient is none other than President George W. Bush.
--THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR