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by Jack Higgins

eBook The White House Connection download ISBN: 0140292144
Author: Jack Higgins
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd (January 27, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 288
ePub: 1709 kb
Fb2: 1786 kb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: lrf lit azw mobi
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Action and Adventure

The White House Connection. Finally, one weekend at their beach house on Cape Cod, she said to her father across the breakfast table, 'Daddy, don't be mad at me, but I'm thinking of moving back to Englan. nd getting married.

The White House Connection. He leaned back and smiled. Does Roger Lang know about this?'

Jack Higgins The White House Connection Prologue NEW YORKManhattan, with an east wind . She was carrying the rain hat in her right hand. Her hair was silvery white, highlighted by the back light from the street lamp.

Jack Higgins The White House Connection Prologue NEW YORKManhattan, with an east wind driving rain mixed with a little sleet along Park Avenue, was as bleak and uninviting as most great cities after midnight, especially in March. There was little traffic – the occasional limousine, the odd cab – hardly surprising at that time of the morning and with such uninviting weather. She looked to be in her sixties, but it was hard to tell anything about her face in the dark. What the hell is this?' the one holding the girl said.

We've even had kids hack i. So have we,' Ferguson agreed. So, you've no clues?'. Ferguson asked Blake. I had to use the Travel Bureau, that's a polite name for the Forging Department. I wanted a passport as Tommy McGuire in case Barry wanted to see it. Then there were travel arrangements

Several of his thrillers, most recently The President's Daughter (LJ 5/1/97), have involved the characters who appear here. Sean Dillon, a former IRA gunman, now works for the British prime minister; Blake Johnson heads a secret office for the . Dillon, Sean (Fictitious character) - Fiction. Johnson, Blake (Fictitious character) - Fiction. Peace movements - Fiction. Assassins - Fiction. Northern Ireland - Fiction. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Alethea Bowser on February 9, 2012.

Washington: The President calls Blake Johnson, head of secret White House department, ‘the Basement’. He needs to see him now. London: Brigadier Ferguson of Special Forces brings in the only man who can hold it together and stop all hell breaking loose – ex-IRA enforcer Sean Dillon, their most lethal operative, and Jack Barry’s deadliest enem. hriller & Crime. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

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White House Connection book. This was one of 3 Jack Higgins books in a CD set, the other two Dark Justice and Without Mercy, a series with Sean Dillon and Blake Johnson. Of the 3, I liked this best

White House Connection book. Of the 3, I liked this best.

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Comments: (7)
jorik
Love this series of books by Jack Higgins.
Fordrekelv
full of surprises, excellent plot, fully developed characters
Dawncrusher
While it was okay it is not as good as his earlier books. It is almost as if someone else is writing them. The characters are killed in the same way, a bullet in the heart, or between the eyes or a knife under the chin into the brain.
Vut
Exciting and good characters.
Dream
This was an okay read. I like books that are more suspenseful and ah moments.
Clonanau
Great read
greed style
Maybe Higgins has a contract that needs to be completed. I read this book in one sitting - but not because it was a page turner. Well, it was a page turner because there were hardly any words on the page!
This was a weak effort. Parts were very corny, the plot had no depth, as did none of the characters who we have met before but learned nothing new.
It's time for something new and different Jack. Sean Dillon is over the hill!
My favorite Jack Higgins book!