The golden gate

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Doubleday, 1976 - Fiction - 233 pages
19 Reviews
An ingenious, puzzlingly motivated megalomaniac and his hand-chosen, professional cohorts hold the President of the United States, two Arab potentates, and a motorcade of reporters in the middle of San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge, demanding an exorbita

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MaClean is a good writer. - Goodreads
Fascinating plot choice and setting. - Goodreads
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User Review  - Rishi Kinger - Goodreads

Great book for people getting into MacLean books. Truly is a page turner right from the start. The dialogue between the antagonist and the protagonist steals all the limelight away from the foundation/crux of the story. Just brilliantly amazing , this one is a must read ! Read full review

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User Review  - Seema Dubey - Goodreads

I think I read all of MacLean in my halcyon days! Each one was like a magnet. I don't think the book jacket alone brings back the story, but I remember the book and that I enjoyed it so! perfect for the idyllic, warm summer months! Read full review


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