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The Presidents Daughter
The Presidents Daughter
Author: Jack Higgins
ISBN: 982
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Book Type: Hardcover
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scrapbooklady avatar reviewed The Presidents Daughter on + 472 more book reviews
The story is intriguing and fast pace. The characters have the potential of being interesting, but they aren't developed enough except for the President and even him takes a back seat after the first third of the book... If you are looking for a book for fast reading with action and some intrigue, I recommend this book. But if you'd rather get involved with the characters and understand why they act the way they do, this book might leave you wanting more.
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From School Library Journal via (Amazon.com)2/3/2011
International espionage at its best. Two of Higgins's favorite heroes, Sean Dillion and Liam Devlin, unite with FBI agent Blake Johnson, a decorated Marine, to solve this suspenseful thriller. When the President finds out that he had a daughter while stationed in Vietnam, this knowledge triggers a chain of events that could place the world as we know it in danger. A devious group of people discovers his secret and, acting with terrible speed, they seize the woman. If the President does not comply with their demands, they will kill her. This mystery thriller is fast paced and filled with believable characters and humor, as well as heroes whose powers of deduction and actions continue to amaze and surprise readers right up through the climactic and emotional conclusion


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