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The President's Daughter (Sean Dillon, Bk 6)
The President's Daughter - Sean Dillon, Bk 6
Author: Jack Higgins
The president's daughter has been kidnapped; only two men command the president's confidence to act in this matter. Teaming Sean Dillon, a seasoned, former IRA enforcer and Blake Johnson, a decorated Marine and FBI agent, Jack Higgins once again delivers high-tension action and harrowing twists in this story of a powerful man facing the ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780399142390
ISBN-10: 0399142398
Publication Date: 5/19/1997
Pages: 278
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3.8 stars, based on 23 ratings
Publisher: Putnam Adult
Book Type: Hardcover
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A bit difficult to begin reading (drags a little), but it picks up after chaper 2. The characters are interesting, easy to follow, but the plot is a tad predictable. Good reading while traveling.
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The tale of a love affair in the height of the Vietnam war soldier meets girl leaves girl with child and returns to his home country never thinking of the past again. Unfortunately, for this soldier he became President of the United States and in the course of his diplomatic travels he encounters this past and must face a great dilemma when the daughter he never really knew is kidnapped. Our hero seeks out a cadre of hard core types to accomplish the great task of rescuing her before the world finds out her identity.
Sean Dillon the feature of many Higgins novels clever and suave as always is handling the security details for the President before being enlisted to find his kidnapped daughter.
Twists and turns around every corner don't trust your first instinct everything isn't what it seems with Jack Higgins.


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