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Book Reviews of Law of Gravity

Law of Gravity
Law of Gravity
Author: Stephen Horn
ISBN-13: 9780061098765
ISBN-10: 0061098760
Publication Date: 5/1/2003
Pages: 416
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 28 ratings
Publisher: HarperTorch
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
Pretty good read if you are into political mystery.
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This was my first novel by Stephen Horn and like new friends, you have to learn their special idiosyncrasies. I must say, I spent the first half of the book trying to remember who everyone was and what part they played. The last half went by a lot faster and had enough suspense and intrigue to keep me interested. All in all, this was a good book and I would recommend it.
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"First rate thriller" re Wash Post.
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This Author also wrote "In Her Defense"
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Washington lawyer Philip Barkley was on the fast track, until scandal and personal tragedy brought him down. Left shattered and haunted, he now has a chance to make a fresh start. An aide to Senator Warren Young, the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee, has vanished and may be a spy - and eventuality that could destroy Young's plans for a White HOuse run. And when Barkley's investigation into the disappearance uncovers a corpse, everyone wants the matter quickly closed - except Philip Barkley. A broken man of integrity with nothing left to lose, he's following a twisted trail of secrets, betrayal, corruption, and brutal murder that winds through the darkest shadows of WAshington power. And he won't rest until the whole truth is revealed, no matter who is determined to stop him...and how far they are willilng to go.
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