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The Sigma Protocol

1 rating: 5.0
A book by Robert Ludlum

Robert Ludlum's trademark skills of intricate plotting, breakneck pacing, and high-wire drama are all on display in this gripping thriller. After his twin brother dies in a plane crash, Ben Hartman reluctantly takes his place in the investment firm started … see full wiki

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Author: Robert Ludlum
Genre: Mystery & Thrillers
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
1 review about The Sigma Protocol

The last Ludlum (?)

  • Dec 3, 2001
I've been a fan of Robert Ludlum's ever since the original publication of "The Scarlatti Inheritance", many years ago. Sure, I know that his plots are often preposterous, the characters wooden, and the dialogue often quite stilted, but I really don't care! The man told a terrific story, one that kept me interested from beginning to end. Along the way I was given a glimpse of many interesting places in Europe (especially) and around the globe. The books were entertaining, and that's all I really ask from this genre. I either heard of read that there many be a few more Ludlum-completed works around, for publication in later years. That's some consolation to such a faithful reader as myself. If, and when, they are published, I'll read them.

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