The President's Assassin

The President's Assassin

by Brian Haig
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President's Assassin 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 45 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Unlike at least one reviewer, I didn't think this story was at all predictable and I'm an avid crime reader. I loved Sean Drummond as a character who is very bright (but plays it down), witty and sarcastic. Brian Haig is a wonderful writter who handles dialogue well and doesn't waste the reader's time with a lot of superfulous descriptions and fuff. I plan to read more of his novels. Highly recommend this book.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In exile to the CIA's Office of Special Projects, Army JAG Major Sean Drummond is escorted by FBI Agent Jennifer Margold to a Virginia crime scene where six corpses are located. Considering that the house is impenetrable with cameras and radar detectors outside and agents inside, no one knows how the killer breached the premises. That is no one until Sean explains the most likely method that led to the assassination of the White House Chief of Staff Terry Belknap, his wife, and their four secret service bodyguards. The message left behind is ¿¿ the president will be history in the next two days¿. --- Though he wants out because he knows what will hit the bureaucratic fan, Sean wonders if the mass murders are linked to the $100 million bounty offered for killing the president? Soon a Supreme Court Justice and the Republican National Committee chairman are killed too. Drummond concludes that a mole inside the inner circle of security is giving away information. He must remove the mole before he can stop the killing machine, but has only one day left. --- In his fifth appearance, Drummond is at his wisecracking best because he has the perfect straight man (make that woman) the tight Margold as his sidekick. Sean is stupendous as he cannot sit idly quiet even when it is his in his best interests while working for the civilians. The story line is terrific, perhaps the best of a strong series as Brian Haig provides a fabulous political investigative thriller that grips the audience from the moment Sean opens his mouth in the affluent Virginia suburbs and never slows down until he gets the final word in.--- Harriet Klausner
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Great read
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Micaele Sitta More than 1 year ago
The best book in the serise
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Joe Entsminger More than 1 year ago
A great read!
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