Seven Days in May Author:Fletcher Knebel & Charles Bailey III "Gentleman Jim" Scott was a brilliant,magnetic general. Like a lot of people, he believed the President wasruining the country. Unlike anyone else, he had the power to do something about it,something unprecedented and terrifying. — Colonel "Jiggs" Casey was the marine who accidentally stumbeld onto the plot. At first he refused to believe it;... more » then he risked his life and career to inform the President.
Lyman Johnson was President of the United States. By the time he was finally able to convince himself of the appalling truth,he hadonly seven days left to stop a brilliant,seemingly irresistable military plot to seize control of the government of the United States.« less