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The world's most powerful man!held to ransom by the world's most wanted terrorist. A chilling message is delivered to the US president by the world's most wanted terrorist -- a message that begins a daring siege, and America's worst nightmare. A terrorist cell hidden deep in the American capitol is ready to unleash a terrifying new secret weapon of mass destruction -- one ...more
Paperback, 742 pages
Published January 1st 2002 by Hodder & Stoughton
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This book reminds me of why I like well-written thriller/adventure novels. Meade describes a terrorist plot to destroy Washington, D.C. by Al-Qaeda terrorists using a weapon of mass destruction. Shifting between White House discussions about how to deal with the threat, the inner workings of the terrorist cell and the frantic FBI-led investigation to find the device and disarm it, Meade creates a realistic plot and believable characters.

After reading Meade's three previous novels I anticpated m
The happy, fairy-tale ending, the explanationof a mystery, the solving of a crime and the victory of good over evil are all popular, redemptive features in books. We like them because they appeal to our craving for righteousness.

I had a few days off work so I indulged my love of redemptive closure by racing through this action-packed adventure novel. Like all good examples of this genre, the plot travels the globe charting the course of several key characters.

We follow events during a week that
it's well written but it's basically a season of 24 as a novel. nothing wrong with that admittedly but the tension and excitement is hugely diminished havng seen jack bauer deal with problems like this in half an hour. a good thriller just feels dated
May 16, 2008 Joe rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Nelson Demille Fans
Shelves: thriller
Author back to form after slighly disappointing Sands of Sakura, this book was apparently wrote before 9/11. Plot centres around terroists planning to bomb US, very good read.
Brad Kirk
Fast paced and simple to read. Enjoyable, with the only flaws being the ending felt rushed through and the characters having very little depth.
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Glenn Meade was born into a working-class family in Dublin, Ireland. After finishing secondary school he had a tough time choosing between studying theology or engineering, but eventually engineering won out and he studied telecommunications. Soon after graduating, he lived and worked in New Hampshire. He worked as a specialist in the field of pilot training—having had a life-long interest in avia ...more
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