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by David Baldacci

eBook Absolute Power epub
  • ISBN: 0743408462
  • Author: David Baldacci
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pocket Books; New Ed edition (2000)
  • Pages: 469 pages
  • ePUB size: 1411 kb
  • FB2 size 1311 kb
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Home David Baldacci Absolute Power. Her focus was on a large book that sat open in her lap where appointments and notes battled each other for space and the attention of the male sitting across from her, who took the opportunity of his companion wrenching off her spike heels to pour himself another drink. His capacity for alcohol was enormous.

David Baldacci's Absolute Power has a decent story, but it was hard for me to enjoy because I found the writing .

David Baldacci's Absolute Power has a decent story, but it was hard for me to enjoy because I found the writing so hackneyed that it distracted me from the plot. Here's a representative descriptive passage: At the sound of the explosion, the playing stopped as three pairs of eyes turned as one toward the house. Not sure how I missed David Baldacci's first book, ABSOLUTE POWER! However, have seen the movie several times over the years with, Gene Hackman, Clint Eastwood, and Ed Harris (1997). A career thief witnesses a horrific crime involving the .

The exposed foot showed the official morgue toe tag. While his entourage waited outside, he quietly sat alone with her. The identification had already been formally made. The identification had already been formally made pdate their records, the reporters to file their stories. But Walter Sullivan, one of the most powerful men of his era, who had made money from nearly everything he had touched since he was fourteen, now suddenly found himself bereft of energy, of any will whatsoever.

Synopsis: A longtime burglar breaks into a plush mansion in the Washington . area and is in the process of removing items of enourmous wealth from a vault behind a two-way mirror when a limousine and a van pull around the back of the mansion. A first-novel blockbuster, absolute power is a fascinating suspense story, entertainment at its best. Stephen Coonts, author of Under Siege. IT's impossible to stop once you turn the first page. ABSOLUTE POWER is a tightly woven, fast-paced story. Larry Bond, author of Red Phoenix.

Absolute Power Audible Audiobook – Unabridged. David Baldacci (Author), Scott Brick (Narrator), Hachette Audio (Publisher) & 0 more. Having watched the movie Absolute Power several times, and having been a fan of Baldacci's novels for many years, I was interested to see how the book compared to the Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman adaptation, which I've enjoyed (several times). I'm not surprised to conclude that the book is considerably better, and even coming to it after having seen the movie and knowing the basic story, I found it to hold my attention fully.

Absolute Power is a 1996 book by David Baldacci, which was made into a 1997 film starring Clint Eastwood. An experienced burglar, Luther Whitney, breaks into a billionaire's house with the intent of robbing it. While there, he witnesses the President of the United States and the billionaire's wife having sex. However, their lovemaking turns violent and Secret Service agents burst in and kill the woman, which Whitney also sees.

When burglar Luther Whitney breaks into a Virginia mansion, he witnesses a brutal crime involving the president - a man who believes he can get away with anything - and now, Luther may be the only one who can stop him in this New York Times bestselling thriller. In a heavily guarded mansion in the Virginia countryside, professional burglar and break-in artist Luther Whitney is trapped behind a two-way mirror. What he witnesses destroys his faith not only in justice, but in all he holds dear.

ABSOLUTE CORRUPTIONIn a heavily guarded mansion in a posh Virginia suburb, a man and a woman start.

This book is a work of fiction Wish You. The Sixth Man. 775 Pages·2011·3. 75 MB·1,553 Downloads·New! Edgar Roy-an alleged serial killer held in a secure, fortress-like Federal Supermax facility. 18 MB·1,370 Downloads·New! ABSOLUTE CORRUPTIONIn a heavily guarded mansion in a posh Virginia suburb, a man and a woman start. 2 MB·980 Downloads·New!. Memory Man. 392 Pages·1999·1. 7 MB·773 Downloads·New!. Baldacci David -Total control. 78 MB·353 Downloads·Italian·New!.

His works have been adapted for both feature film and television. David Baldacci is also the cofounder, along with his wife, of the Wish You Well Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting literacy efforts across America. Still a resident of his native Virginia, he invites you to visit him at DavidBaldacci. com and his foundation at n.

List of the best David Baldacci books, ranked by voracious readers in the Ranker community. David's first novel, Absolute Power, was turned into a movie in 1987 that starred Clint Eastwood. With commercial success and critical acclaim, there's no doubt that David Baldacci is one of the most popular authors of the last 100 years. This poll is also a great resource for new fans of David Baldacci who want to know which novels they should start reading first.

Comments: (7)
This is the best Baldacci I have read so far. A burglary, rough sex, a killing and the President of the United States set the stage and away we go. The burglar witnesses an unbelievable event, setting in motion an increasingly complex web of intrigue and murder. The story picks up speed and intensity as you read on until finally you just can't put it down.
I highly recommend "Absolute Power" to any fan of mystery novels and, certainly, to any Baldacci follower.
Absolute Power is a great novel. It reaches into the world of the extreme rich and examines their motives for their actions. It is a good warning to young women to resist that world. The only problem with Baldacci books is they are way to many characters, and he uses first and last names interchangeable, which makes them hard to follow.
So I'd heard a lot about Absolute Power. I expected it to be one of the best books I ever read, and I was not disappointed.
When a professional burglar witnesses a murder involving the President of the United States it starts a chain of evens no one could have imagined.
In the beginning I wasn't completely sold on the book. There were a lot of threads and carracters, and it didn't seem that the book had a connection or a direction. But as the book progressed, as the story progressed, it developed into something I could have never guessed. The threads wove together into something amazing. It was a book that made me cry and kept me guessing the whole time. I read a lot of suspense and it takes a lot to catch me off guard. Absolute Power did just that. I didn't expect how the story unfolded, I didn't expect how characters reacted, and I absolutely did not see how it was going to end.
I highly recommend this book to fans of political thrillers.
I read because the movie based on the book is one of my favorites. Usually the book, for me, tells a better story. I have to admit that while movies generally cut a lot of corners along with a lot of characters, it seems that the movie really captured the plot. Even the combining of characters was well done and the casting was excellent. The book tells a far more detailed and perhaps overly wordy story with a much different outcome. If you love the movie you will like the book.
This is a very enjoyable, exciting read. I loved Luther, even though he is a career criminal-kept wishing for things to work out for him. Jack is the kind of person everyone wishes for as a friend. The nightmare they find themselves in is unbelievable- thankfully this is fiction. Very thrilling, edge of your seat story.
The beginning was a little slow for my taste. After several chapters it picked up the pace. I’ve read all of his books and this one is my least favorite. That’s just my point of view everyone has different taste. He is still my favorite author and I’m looking forward to his next book.
Baldacci does a good job of painting himself into a corner, while coming up with a convincing conclusion. The excessive profanity was distracting, however. Other books that I've read by him are better written.
Baldacci has always been a favorite of mine. He knows how to keep you in suspense to the end. The characters were defined very well, especially the President and Chief of Staff. The story always had you guessing whether they would be caught for the murders. I have not read one of his books that I have had to guess at. He has a good story line and always makes the characters colorful. I have read at least 4 of this author and will read many more.
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