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Shall We Tell the President? Mass Market Paperback – December 30, 2008
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Starred Review. The FBI has six days to stop a plot to assassinate the President in this title originally published in 1977 as a stand-alone thriller and refashioned in 1987 to complete No. 1 New York Times best-selling author Archer's "Kane and Abel" trilogy. The narration is by Audie Award winner Lorelei King (Tallgrass), who also read the last entry in this series, The Prodigal Daughter (Jeff Harding read the first; abridged recordings of all three are available from Macmillan Audio). King performs expressively, adding just the right amount of excitement to the story. The abridgment is skillfully executed; it is impossible to tell where material has been omitted. Highly recommended.—Ilka Gordon, Siegel Coll. of Judaic Studies Lib., Cleveland
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“Outrageous top-notch terror.” ―Vogue
“Holds the reader in a vicelike grip.” ―Penthouse
“The countdown is the thing; the pace, the pursuit, the what-next…” ―Boston Globe
“The only difference between this book and The Day of the Jackal is that Archer is a better writer.” ―Chicago Tribune
Top customer reviews
Still, Archer can pull me along if he were writing about cows eating grass. He'd somehow find a way to make it interesting. But if you're hoping for an even bigger bang for your buck after Kane & Abel, it's going to be slow going.
It's very misleading to call this book 3 as it has pretty much nothing to do with the book 1 or book 2 except the fact that the main character from book 2 is used in this book. I am very disappointed with the way the book was marketed as book 3.
The book itself is just ok and it's as if Jeffrey Archer was just experimenting with his writing ... Neither the genre nor the writing style suited him . I am a big fan of Jeffrey Archer and this book is a total disappointment for me personally !!!