Shall We Tell the President?

Shall We Tell the President?

eBook - 2008
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FBI Special Agent Mark Andrews races to stop a conspiracy that extends to the highest reaches of power.
Publisher: [New York] : St. Martin's Press, 2008.
ISBN: 9781429998017
Branch Call Number: E-BOOK
Characteristics: 1 electronic text
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc

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cambridgedon
Aug 15, 2018

This is possibly a rare Archer novel that I'd missed before. Despite what Salman Rushdie would have you believe, I rate Archer a top-notch storyteller (who got himself out of bankruptcy by writing best-selling novels). Even though this novel is a re-run to make it the third in the Kane trilogy, it is fast-paced, exciting and causes you to lose sleep since you can't put it down till you finish.

akasq Mar 20, 2016

A fast interesting book . I like this one over some of his others.A good 4 stars.

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Arthur Goldsmith
Sep 10, 2014

An entertaining read, a well-paced story, though not Archer's best. The book, at times, limps along, hesitatingly, as Archer tends to fill space with unnecessary, and somewhat pedantic, explanations that most readers will find demeaning. He could better trust his readers' imaginations to improve both flow and suspense.

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erinsnest
Nov 11, 2012

Finished Nov 5 2012, a good read.......will continue to read more by Jeffrey. On to "The Life of Pi"

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