Book Reviews of Capital Crimes

Capital Crimes
Capital Crimes
Author: Lawrence Sanders
ISBN-13: 9780399134265
ISBN-10: 0399134263
Publication Date: 5/25/1989
Pages: 381
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.

3.5 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Putnam Pub Group (T)
Book Type: Hardcover
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This book kept me reading and interested until the very end. I just hope we never have a president who falls for a "healer" like Brother Kristos. Brother Kristos is a so-called healer, preacher and a heavy consumer of vodka. The First Lady hears about him and soon Brother Kristos is inside the White House itself, with the special job of healing the president's son. However, Brother Kristos is doing more than just healing at the White House...he's getting into politics very friendly with the First Lady.

I'd recommend this book for the unique plot and subplots. I found it very entertaining.
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Once again, Lawrence Sanders has written a book I had a hard time putting down once I started. 2 thumbs way up!!!
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Lawrence Sanders at his best. Realistic happenings in our nations capital.
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good book
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I love this book. Sanders offers easy read format with page-turner content. Read this book 15 years ago and enjoyed rereading it. I would recommend this to anyone who loves intrigue, politics and guys you love to hate!
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Lawrence Sanders presents the ultimate Washington thriller, a novel as sexy and shocking as The Fourth Deadly Sin and Timothy's Game. A power-crazed holy man named Brother Kristos has slipped into the halls of the White House. To the President of the United States, he is a miracle worker-the only person who can heal his young son. But to the rest of the free world, he is a political nightmare come true. A stormy alliance between good and evil, heaven and hell...
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Is Brother Kristos for real? You can make up your own mind at the ending.
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This excellent book takes you to the parts of the capital that most don't know. Great read!