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Absolute Power

2 Ratings: 4.0
A book by David Baldacci

Can the President get away with murder? The fictional answer to this question results in a fast-paced page turner that combines political intrigue with gritty, hard-boiled suspense--This text refers to theHardcoveredition.

Author: David Baldacci
Genre: Books on CD, Mystery & Thrillers
Publisher: Hachette Audio
2 reviews about Absolute Power
review by . February 09, 2012
Luther Whitney is a thief with a conscience.      He breaks into a home of a wealthy family in Washington, D.C. He's in the midst of burglarizing the home when the wife of the homeowner comes home unexpectedly. She's there for a romantic interlude with her lover. Luther hides in the closet but can see what is happening.      The sex turns rough and the man is unable to perform due to his alcoholic state. As the woman ridicules the man, he grabs her …
review by . February 05, 2010
A thief, Luther, got more than he bargained for when he visited a mansion in Virginia thinking he could make it out of there with a few prize pieces. He becomes trapped in the wall when two people being having an intimate moment. The shocking part is the murder that takes place and it has to do with the US president.    Jack is an attorney and he is determined to find out what really happened that night. Who is telling the truth, a burglar or the man entrusted with the most powerful …
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