Absolute non stop action. A powerful attorney, whose client is a mystery, hires Dana Cutler, a private detective to follow a young female college student. She follows the young student to a secret meeting with Chris Farrington, the President of the United States. The following morning the young girl's body is found. She was brutally murdered. Can the President be involved? Could the president be involved in additional murders tied to his past?
An attorney in Oregon is working on an appeal of a convicted serial killer. One of his victims worked for the President when he was governor. Could the cases be tied together?
All I can say is I couldn't put this book down. Probably Margolin's best yet.
Its okay, but I wouldn't read another one of this author's books. The plot is so obvious, I had it figured out about half way through the book. There is no meat to the book. Its a fast read if you like that sort of book.
What would you do if you were hired to follow a young woman and realized her rendezvous was with the President of the United States? This is private detective Dana Cutler's problem - not helped by the fact that the young woman was killed that same night. Lots of the book is a little improbable, but I like Phillip Margolin.
When i started reading EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE by PHILLIP MARGOLIN ,i didn't know that this book would be the cause of me making it to work very late the next morning.I started reading my book about 8:00 pm and i am an avid reader,once i get into a story i lose track of time .At 3:00 am ,i put this book down.EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE is full of twists and turns,betrayal and political backstabbing.It will grab a hold of the reader and will not let go.I will honestly say that i have not read a book as good as this book in a long time.It was surprise after surprise.I recommend this book to all readers that love a good book.This book is definitely 5 stars.