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Ediciones B, 2001 - Fiction - 462 pages
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A plot by the CIA to blackmail members of Congress into giving the agency more power. For the plot to succeed, a beautiful Washington lobbyist has to be killed, but a detective comes to her aid and they turn the tables on the plotters.

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In the field of popular fiction David Baldacci is far ahead of the competition. Continuing his string of New York Times bestsellers, Baldacci presents his most electrifying story to date-a novel of ... Read full review


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David Baldacci, born in 1960, is a writer of best-selling political thrillers. His first novel, Absolute Power, published in 1996, was on the best-seller list for several months and was adapted as a movie starring Clint Eastwood. Baldacci was a practicing attorney in Washington when he wrote the book, which he worked on for two years. Baldacci was always interested in writing, and practiced writing short stories, character studies, and screenplays while still in law school. He says the secret of his success is that he works hard to tell a good story. At that he succeeds admirably. He has written other books that have also made the bestseller lists, such as Total Control (1997) and The Simple Truth (1998). His latest novel is entitled, One Summer.

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