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The Negotiator by Frederick Forsyth
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Sep 25, 2007

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bookshelves: fiction
Read in March, 1992

The book tells the story of a negotiator who lost the hostage he was negotiating for. He was then thrown into a world of political conspiracies that saw him travel around Europe as he unravels the plot and solve the murder.

In short, its a typical Forsyth book. The conspiracy is well thought out with characters that are engaging and intriguing. Although Forsyth shows his incredible storytelling skill in this book, its not as deep (subjectively speaking) as his legendary spy novels. I get a feeling that the plot is not as twisty and complicated compared to some of his other books.

All in all, its decent. I didn't regret reading it.


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