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Shall We Tell the President? (Kane and Abel series Book 3)

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They approached the Capitol and Edward interrupted the President's reverie. "May God be with you, darling." She smiled and gripped his hand. The six cars came to a stop.

Wow, was für ein spannungsgeladener Abschluss der Trilogie von Jeffrey Archer. Das Buch ist als Roman deklariert, aber mir als Thrillerleserin war die Spannung zu keinem Zeitpunkt zu wenig! Das kann Archer also auch sehr gut! Janet Brown passed her a sheaf of three-by-five index cards, stapled together, as she had done for fifteen years since she joined her staff when Florentyna had first been elected to Congress. They summarized the President's hour-by-hour schedule; there was rather less on them than usual. Florentyna glanced over the cards, and thanked her Chief of Staff. Edward Winchester appeared at the door. He smiled as he always did, with a mixture of love and admiration, when she turned toward him. She had never once regretted her almost impulsive decision to marry him after the eighteenth hole on that extraordinary day she was told of President Parkin's death, and she felt for certain that Richard would have approved. Richard never did hear that speech, the one Newsweek described as a launching pad for the Presidency – because by the time she had reached the hospital he was dead. PDF / EPUB File Name: Shall_We_Tell_the_President__-_Jeffrey_Archer.pdf, Shall_We_Tell_the_President__-_Jeffrey_Archer.epubI do not have to answer these doubts in my own words. “No man is an island,” John Donne wrote more than three and a half centuries ago. “Every man is a piece of the continent.” The United States stretches from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the Arctic to the Equator. “I am involved in mankind; and therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee.” ’

The First Gentleman looked on, smiling occasionally to himself as he recognized some of the words and phrases he had contributed to his wife's speech. So here I was, thinking I was reading a book written in 1977 and thinking what a wonderful political gamer Archer was with some of the events he thought might happen in the near future. Then the prognostications went a step too far--too close to events that actually happened in the early 1980; this book just could not have been written in 1977. I was not reading the 1977 version that I read and loved so many years ago and still have on my bookshelf--and the version that I thought I was buying because honestly, it has been so long since I read the book that I could not remember who the President was in that version. This is the final book of a trilogy. It can be read as a stand alone. In this one, there is a plan to kill the president because she supports a gun control bill. The FBI race to discover who is behind the conspiracy to kill the president.Gun related violence continues unabated in the US and gun control laws are not likely to see the light of day,despite all the massacres that have taken place. In 1949, President Harry S. Truman announced that the United States stood ready with all its might and resources to defend the forces of freedom wherever they might be endangered. Today, some would say that this act of magnanimity has resulted in failure, that America was, and is, too weak to assume the full burden of world leadership. In the face of repeated international crises, any American citizen might well ask why he should care about events so far from home, and why he should feel any responsibility for the defense of freedom outside the United States.

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