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What Goes On in The Senate and The FBI
on September 9, 2003
While Jeffrey Archer's previous 2 books, "Kane & Abel," and "The Prodigal Daughter," are are romance, politics, business, and a blend of history, with creativity, "Shall We Tell the President," is a blend of politics and law enforcement on a level that most of us probably haven't considered is possible.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, because Mr. Archer, being a master at his craft, created so many word pictures that you become part of the story.
Watching Senate hearings, as a result of reading this book, I have more questions in mind.
There are many surprizes, especially in the last 50 pages. And there are some speeches in this story that provide the readers with a great deal to think about, in terms of homeland security.
It's a fast read -- not too heavy, yet this book will stretch your mind, as a good book should.