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The Eleventh Commandment by Jeffrey Archer
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Apr 09, 2012

really liked it
Read from March 30 to April 09, 2012 — I own a copy , read count: 1

This book has more twists and turns than Lombard Street in San Francisco. I had to stop and think "How did that happen?" or "How did he engineer that problem?" or "Really? I didn't see that coming!" For that reason, I would probably give this book 4 and a half stars because it kept me reading steadily today till I finished it. It was startling at times in the way things unfolded. The one thing that makes me feel a little sad is that there might be the deceit and corruption in politics to the extent that events like those in this novel could occur. I wish we could have more confidence in our elected and appointed and paid government officials. I am thankful to be acquainted with many political figures in our state of Arizona and some national leaders in whom I have complete trust. In the meantime, I enjoy reading about political intrigue and the workings of government. Jeffrey Archer's writing reminds me of the books of David Baldacci.

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