Book Reviews of The Chancellor Manuscript

The Chancellor Manuscript
The Chancellor Manuscript
Author: Robert Ludlum
ISBN-13: 9780553112603
ISBN-10: 0553112600
Publication Date: 1978
Pages: 438
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Bantam Books
Book Type: Paperback
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In the years after Hoover's death the secret started coming forth. Many individuals had been covered by J. Edgar Hoover and his secret files. That notion made this book all the more believable Inver Brass in this very entertaining book decided to eliminate Hoover and the threat of his secret files. It became evident that not all of the files had been captured. People all over the country started getting blackmailed and some killed. Then members of Inver Brass started getting assasinated

The guilty party shocked me beyond belief. This book along with Holcroft Covenant are the best that Ludlum has done.
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Very "old" Ludlum (c/r 1997) but very good.
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The story revolves around a massive conspiracy about whether or not Hoover was murdered. The story is told in true Ludlum style, with enough intrigue and interesting characters to keep you turning the pages.
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Did J. Edgar Hoover die a natural death?
...Or was he murdered?
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A fun, enjoyable read. Something to sit down in front of a fire with on a rainy day or read lazing in a warm sun. Typical Ludlum writing, and typical of the genre.
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Abridged
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A very good read.Another earlynovel by Ludlum and one of the best
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the cover is different