The Empress File

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Penguin, 1992 - Fiction - 356 pages
44 Reviews
Computer hack Kidd always plays both sides against the middle. His partner LuEllen is his lover, a liar and a thief. When two major politicians secretly embezzle over a million dollars, Kidd and LuEllen decide to steal the stash--and cover their tracks by blowing the whistle on the dirty officials. "A fast-moving delight, with dialogue that crackles!"--Publishers Weekly.
  

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There is some good and frequent action scenes. - Goodreads
Maybe a little far fetched out there plot. - Goodreads
... good characters and plot. - Goodreads
The plot develops from there. - Goodreads

Review: The Empress File (Kidd & LuEllen #2)

User Review  - Charlene Gordon - Goodreads

Another really good Sanford book. Read this in 1997. Read full review

Review: The Empress File (Kidd & LuEllen #2)

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SUMMARY: From the #1 New York Timesbestselling author Get stung by con artists Kidd and LuEllen... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
11
Section 3
27
Section 4
53
Section 5
65
Section 6
83
Section 7
109
Section 8
127
Section 12
201
Section 13
213
Section 14
235
Section 15
261
Section 16
283
Section 17
299
Section 18
315
Section 19
329

Section 9
141
Section 10
155
Section 11
171
Section 20
341
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

John Sandford was born John Roswell Camp on February 23, 1944 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Before entering the U.S. Army and serving in Korea, he received a bachelor's degree in American history from the University of Iowa in 1966. After leaving the service, he received a master's degree in journalism from the University of Iowa. During the 1970s, he worked at The Miami Herald, and the St. Paul Pioneer Press. In 1985, he began researching the lives of a farm family caught in the midst of the crisis of American farming. The article, Life on the Land: An American Farm Family, won the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing and the American Society of Newspaper Editors Award for Non-Deadline Feature Writing. After winning the Pulitzer Prize, he began writing fiction. His works include the Prey series and the Virgil Flowers series. In 2014 he made The New York Times Best Seller List with his title's Field of Prey and Uncaged. He has also written nonfiction works on plastic surgery and art.

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