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Absolute Power by David Baldacci
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Nov 10, 10

bookshelves: adventure, mystery-suspense
Read in August, 2008

Luther Whitney, a career burglar, finds himself in a very dangerous situation when he witnesses the President of the United States assault a woman. If that wasn't bad enough, two Secret Service agents kill her when they hear the President Allan Richmond in a struggle. Luther watches them from inside asecret vault hideen by a one-way mirror as they clean up all of the evidence. However when the Secret Service leave, they accidentally leave a big piece of evidence behind.

This novel was a fast-paced read. There are many characters in it, however, all of them play a big role in the plot of the story.

I saw the movie with Clint Eastwood in the theater. I enjoyed it very much, but I think I enjoyed the book even more.

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