Quantico Rules

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Thorndike Press, Feb 1, 2004 - Fiction - 511 pages
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Puller Monk is a gambler. High stakes get his adrenaline flowing. But his dark side is about to catch up with him at a time when his life and the future of this nation hang in the balance.As an FBI agent in charge of a SPIN (Special Inquiries) Squad, Monk's job is to investigate the background of Judge Brenda Thompson, a presidential nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court and the first African-American woman to be nominated for this high office. When the judge is caught in a lie, Monk and agent Lisa Sands are set on a trail of corruption and murder that leads to the very top of the bureau - and a faceoff with a brutal killer who will stop at nothing to carry out his deadly mission.

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User Review  - Maria - Goodreads

A fun read with a charismatic narrator... I liked Puller Monk. The book was fast-paced and had some twists thrown in. The ending was a little hurried, it seemed, but I liked the book anyway. Read full review

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