The Negotiator

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Bantam Books, 1990 - Fiction - 482 pages
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"Forsyth at the top of his game!"--Tom Clancy, author of "The Hunt For Red October."

Frederick Forsyth, master of the international thriller, retums with an electrifying story of a man of immense power and a conspiracy to crush the President of the United States. Only one man--Forsyth's most unforgettable hero yet--can prevent the plan from succeeding. His name is Quinn. He is the Negotiator.

"A completely satisfying thriller. . . "The Negotiator" delivers. . . A string of unsettling climaxes."-- "Newsweek."

President Cormack is bent on a signing a sweeping U.S.-Soviet disarmament treaty, and the master conspirator is determined to stop him. The kidnapping of a young man on a country road in Oxfordshire is but the first brutal step in the explosive plot engineer the president's destruction. Enter Quinn.

"A Blockbuster."-- "New York Daily News."

Quinn plays the kidnappers like a master musician. . . until, in a shocking tumabout, he discovers that ransom was not their objection after all--and that he has been lured into a cunningly woven web. Now he must draw upon his deepest strengths--to save not only the victim but the entire free world.

"Forsyth gives us all we ask for."-- "Chicago Tribune."

 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
3
Section 3
27
Section 4
55
Section 5
83
Section 6
113
Section 7
139
Section 8
167
Section 13
297
Section 14
323
Section 15
353
Section 16
375
Section 17
395
Section 18
421
Section 19
447
Section 20
473

Section 9
193
Section 10
217
Section 11
241
Section 12
269
Section 21
483
Section 22
484
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About the author (1990)

Frederick Forsyth is a bestselling author known for the thrillers The Day of the Jackal, The Odessa File, and The Kill List. A former reporter for Reuters and the BBC, he won the Diamond Dagger Award from the Crime Writers' Association in 2012 for a career of sustained excellence. Forsyth lives in England.

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