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They've Shot the President's Daughter!

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  • Title: They've Shot the President's Daughter!
  • Author: Edward Stewart
  • ISBN: 9780385042369
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Unknown Binding
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      Published :2019-05-15T00:36:04+00:00

    About "Edward Stewart"

    1. Edward Stewart

      Edward Stewart grew up in New York City and Cuba His first novel, Orpheus on Top, was published in 1966 He wrote thirteen novels, including the bestselling Vince Cardozo thrillers Privileged Lives, Jury Double, Mortal Grace, and Deadly Rich He died in Manhattan at the age of 58.

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    1. I just couldn't finish this. Usually I'm the reviewer that suffers the book to the ending no matter what I'm initially feeling. But this book started off vague and politically boring. I thought the story wouldn't keep flipping from scenario to uncertainty situations, but it kept getting more boring and long winded. I wish their was more in the first several chapters to capture my interest but there wasn't. I feel bad for giving up on the novel I'm sure the author has other novels that are much m [...]


    2. A brilliant thriller about a plot to "suspend" the Bill of Rights by tagging a rider onto a federal gun control bill. But who is behind the conspiracy? This book is marred by one or two "mistakes" where the author appears to have changed his mind mid-stream but not gone back to change what he wrote earlier. Notwithstanding this minor gripe, this book is infinitely better than Irving Wallace's The R Document about the same theme.


    3. Confusing format Intriguing plot revolving around greed and power. Quite convoluted and very detailed, but not too believable. Little,if any,character development. A bit of bubble gum for the brain.


    4. Dirty PoliticsIt's tough to like a book when there are no characters that are likable. I continued to read on to see where the story was going. While there were complex subplots, the main plot is far fetched.






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