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Last Rights ebook

by Philip Shelby


Ships from and sold by Onlinecheapbooks. Robert Ludlum's mantel has rightfully fallen to Philip Shelby, but unlike Ludlum his protagonist, Rachel, is a credible physically-fit smart woman-not larger than life as Ludlum was prone to make his heroic characters, who could be half dead but they could still run across roof tops for five pages afterwards without a murmur of pain.

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Аудиокнига "Last Rights", Philip Shelby. Читает Connie Britton. From its harrowing first scene to its conclusion, Last Rights is a masterfully crafted thriller spinning around an unforgettable heroine. Мгновенный доступ к вашим любимым книгам без обязательной ежемесячной платы. Слушайте книги через Интернет и в офлайн-режиме на устройствах Android, iOS, Chromecast, а также с помощью Google Ассистента. Philip Shelby once again demonstrates that he is among the great thriller authors in America today.

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Philip Shelby's first novel, Days of Drums, was a crackerjack political thriller. From the author of the stunning bestseller Days of Drums comes a novel of Washington intrigue that thrusts the reader into a whirlwind of murder spawned by elaborately masked scandals in the corridors of power.

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Find sources: "Philip Shelby" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (June 2010). Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond a mere trivial mention. Philip Shelby is an American writer, possibly best known for writing the second novel, The Cassandra Compact, in the Covert-One series in conjunction with fellow author Robert Ludlum. This Far from Paradise (1988). The Cassandra Compact (2001).

Another hit of fast, formulaic Washington skullduggery from second-novelist Shelby (Days of Drums, 1996). A blue-ribbon commission headed by Supreme Court nominee Judge Simon Esterhaus has ruled the fatal crash of Gen. Griffin North's jet accidental, ending the government's investigation into the death of the popular African-American who'd been on track to be the next vice-president. Another hit of fast, formulaic Washington skullduggery from second-novelist Shelby (Days of Drums, 1996). Used availability for Philip Shelby's Last Rights. November 1997 : UK Hardback. His latest offering pulls off the same magic.

From the author of the stunning bestseller Days of Drums comes a novel of Washington intrigue that thrusts the reader into a whirlwind of murder spawned by elaborately masked scandals in the corridors of power. When General Griffin North, a highly decorated African American icon, is killed in a suspicious plane crash, the special commission, led by renowned federal judge Simon Esterhaus, deems it a tragic accident caused by pilot error. But Mollie Smith of the Criminal Investigation Division vows to keep the investigation alive -- single-handedly and on her own terms, if necessary. Certain the general was assassinated, and keenly aware that certain officials in high places would have stopped at nothing to keep a black man from a possible vice-presidential nomination, Mollie intensifies the pitch of her inquiry. Then Mollie -- her investigation nearly complete -- is found murdered. Rachel Collins, Mollie's protégé and close friend, is left to follow the scent of conspiracy enveloping the dead. With the help of Mollie's brother, Logan, the head of the hermetically-sealed FBI team tracking domestic terrorists, Rachel comes head to head with the Engineer, an ingenious and ruthless killer whose sole goal is to cut short her inquiry -- and her life. For Rachel, this assassin becomes her only link to a conspiracy that is much more deadly and far-reaching than she thought possible. It becomes clear to Rachel that she is marked by a man whose mysterious resources and top-secret information continually help him to thwart her. From its harrowing first scene to its conclusion, Last Rights is a masterfully crafted thriller spinning around an unforgettable heroine. Phillip Shelby once again demonstrates that he is among the great thriller writers in america today.
Hra
If you want a book that is great to read but imparts some wisdom about golf along the way, this is the book for you. Harvey Penick is my go to source for inspiration about the game of golf and all of his books are in my golf library. I keep several copies of "For All Who Love the Game" on hand so that I can give this to my friends as gifts for Member-Guest Tournaments instead of the standard bottle of wine. This lasts longer and is much more meaningful. The short stories that Harvey tells throughout the book usually have meaning that last much more than a strict instructional manual. I have probably read this book 3 times so far and will probably read it several more times in the future.
Gunos
I received this book as a gift. I have golfed over 20 years and read golf articles and books before. This book is the first book that makes so much common sense. I was so impressed with it I bought Harvey Penick's “ Little Red Book” for my husband.
Moronydit
I already had my own copy of this book and have enjoyed it, so I purchased a copy for a friend.
Morlurne
Robert Ludlum's mantel has rightfully fallen to Philip Shelby, but unlike Ludlum his protagonist, Rachel, is a credible physically-fit smart woman--not larger than life as Ludlum was prone to make his heroic characters, who could be half dead but they could still run across roof tops for five pages afterwards without a murmur of pain. He keeps a taut pace, and the story races forward without the constant circling back to redundant information that plagues many authors' works. An explosive page turner with a fascinating psychopathic villian, the Engineer. A must read worth five-stars.
Gajurus
Disappointed with Harvey Penick. What I thought would be a compendium of helpful tips for women turned out to be a collection of anecdotes about women to whom he gave lessons. Perhaps I was to glean valuable information from these, but I closed the book, instead.
Giamah
Love the book.
Arlelond
I read all of Harvey's books and love them all. Well worth buying.
A great, easy read for golfing ladies. I learned from his simple style. Purchased copies for my lady golfer friends.
Last Rights ebook
Author:
Philip Shelby
Category:
Genre Fiction
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EPUB size:
1390 kb
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1419 kb
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Publisher:
Harper Collins; Australia and New Zealand Ed edition (1998)
Pages:
336 pages
Rating:
4.5
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