Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Book Review: The Eleventh Commandment by Jeffery Archer



Jeffery Archer excels as usual in this book by keeping it a fast paced thriller with some good dose of suspense. The story is about a CIA director trying to save her reputation at stake for ordering an assassination in Columbia, and in order to do so, she must get rid of the CIA agent who carried out her order for the assassination in Columbia, and how that agent, who was an american hero, saves himself and his family eventually.

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