The Hostage

The Hostage

Book - 2005
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Department of Homeland Security agent Charley Castillo conducts a discreet investigation involving a murdered diplomat's brother-in-law, a man possessing key information about the scandalous United Nations oil-for-food program in Iraq.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c2005
ISBN: 9780399153143
Characteristics: 465 p. : map ; 24 cm


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Nov 16, 2006

This book was bit of a paradox. It kept me interested despite that it seemed to go into worthless details that should have been edited down. The whole concept of the book was not very believable, but it kept my interest anyway. It's a great book to read on the plane or a bus -- you don't get bored despite the desperate need for a good editor. All in all, it keeps your interest and is a good page-turner. One more thing, the author feels he actually has to explain who Hitler was and thinks he needs to explain the term "brain storm." That's kind of sad.


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