Reviews

ABSOLUTE POWER

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

The mother of all presidential cover-ups is the centerpiece gimmick in this far-fetched thriller from first-novelist Baldacci, a Washington-based attorney. In the dead of night, while burgling an exurban Virginia mansion, career criminal Luther Whitney is forced to conceal himself in a walk-in closet when Christine Sullivan, the lady of the house, arrives in the bedroom he's ransacking with none ... Read full review

Review: Absolute Power

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com

In a heavily guarded mansion in a posh Virginia suburb, a man and a woman start to make love, trapping Luther Whitney, a career breakin artist, behind a secret wall. Then the passion turns deadly, and Luther is running into the night. Because what he has just seen is a brutal murder involving Alan Richmond, the president of the United States, the man with...Absolute Power. Read full review

User reviews

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

love it and am just starting

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

It's the first from David Baldacci that I read. I loved it and read all his books as they come out.

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

I really enjoyed this book. It kept me interested from cover to cover.

User ratings

5 stars
180
4 stars
204
3 stars
112
2 stars
34
1 star
26

All reviews - 583
5 stars - 180
4 stars - 204
3 stars - 112
2 stars - 34
1 star - 26
Unrated - 27

All reviews - 583

All reviews - 583
Goodreads - 575
Kirkus - 1