A brilliant novel of genuine insight into the murky world of Washington powerbroking and covert espionage; A truly riveting thriller about a cash-for-questions scandal involving the highest ranking members of the US government. Washington lobbyist Danny Buchanan has made a fortune peddling influence for his cash-rich client companies, and now he's ...
A brilliant novel of genuine insight into the murky world of Washington powerbroking and covert espionage; A truly riveting thriller about a cash-for-questions scandal involving the highest ranking members of the US government. Washington lobbyist Danny Buchanan has made a fortune peddling influence for his cash-rich client companies, and now he's attempting to do the same for Third World countries and good causes. But no-one is listening - what's in it for them? So he bribes Washington politicians to take notice - until the CIA want in on the illegal strategy. Danny's partner, the tough-minded, independent and fiercely loyal Faith Lockhart senses it's all going to turn bad, so she tells all to the FBI in exchange for her and Danny's immunity. But she doesn't anticipate the ruthlessness of the CIA, a diminished and directionless organisation post-Cold War, who's Head is a renegade obsessive and who is determined to take out Faith and anyone remotely connected to her...
Good. 4 AUDIO CASSETTES in the original printed box. Some shelf wear and fold mark to the box. Each cassette tape is tested before shipping for quality of sound. You will receive a worthwhile set. Enjoy this AUDIO CASSETTE performance.
Good. No Jacket. This audio book is packaged in a black and blue photo illustrated box with yellow lettering. Cover is worn. This is a novel of top-secret government intrigue and a woman's attempt to uncover government corruption. The book is read by Chris Noth over six hours on four audio cassettes.
Fine. Audio Book Audio book, 4 cassettes, in shrinkwrap, approx. 5 hours running time, read by Chris Noth. This is a searing and utterly suspenseful tale of power gone mad in Washington, and of one woman's desperate attempt to break out of a web of corruption and terror.
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Sep 13, 2012
Baldacci fans will not be disappointed with Saving Faith, a fascinating tale involving a reformer billionaire not adverse to bribing members of Congress, his trusty assistant, an FBI sting operation, and a courageous PI. You know that somehow the ending will be good but the joy is in unravelling Baldacci's intricate intrigue.
Publishers Weekly, 1999-11-08 Baldacci's fifth high-concept premise in as many novels (The Simple Truth; Absolute Power; etc.) propels his hard-working new thriller: a renegade CIA faction attempts to reassert the agency's primacy over the FBI by manipulating members of Congress who fund both outfits. To do so, the CIA conspirators aim to take over a bribery scheme they've discovered. The scam was concocted by legendary lobbyist Danny Buchanan, who has been greasing the palms of lawmakers to gain their support of bills aiding the poor and hungry overseas. The spooks plan to assassinate Buchanan and his protégé, the lovely Faith Lockhart, and force the legislators, under threat of exposure, to support the CIA over the FBI. First, however, they'll have to kill the FBI person guarding Faith, for she has confessed everything to the bureau in hopes of working a deal for herself and Buchanan. But the CIA villains haven't reckoned on the resilience of the two lobbyists, nor on the grit of FBI agent Brooke Reynolds, nor on the skill of PI Lee Adams, who gets caught up in the attempted hit on Faith and her guardian? and who then goes on the run with the lobbyist. The novel evolves into a frantic, exciting chase, FBI after CIA after Lee/Faith, with a few nifty twists. Baldacci's characters continue to grow in complexity?there's an exceptionally fine scene in which Lee, drunk, nearly rapes Faith?but, alas, so does his plotting. This novel is overdone, with too many heroes and subplots and enough data withheld from readers to generate confusion. Baldacci's prose can still break the jaws of subvocalizers, too. The novel moves fast, though, and its players and suspense are strong?as should be sales. Main selection of the Literary Guild and Doubleday Book Club; simultaneous audiobook. (Nov.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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