Baldacci, David. () Absolute power /MLA Citation
Baldacci, David. Absolute Power. : . Print.
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Absolute power /
|Main Author:||Baldacci, David.|
|Published:||New York, NY : Warner Books, 1996.|
|Topics:||Presidents - United States - Fiction. | Homicide - Fiction. | Secret service - United States - Fiction. | Whitney, Luther (Fictitious character)|
|Regions:||United States. | Presidents - United States - Fiction.|
|Genres:||Political fiction. | Political fiction. | Fiction. | Political fiction. | Political fiction.|
|Physical Description:||469 pages ; 24 cm
|Summary:||A burglar in the bedroom of a mansion has his work interrupted by the arrival of the mistress of the house with the president of the U.S. The couple have a fight and she is killed. The burglar flees, taking along a blood-stained letter opener as evidence, but is spotted by presidential bodyguards. The White House chief-of-staff, an ambitious woman, has him tracked and killed, but not before the burglar has told his story to a lawyer. The lawyer realizes he is next, but how to save oneself from the government? A first novel.