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The President is Missing
The President is Missing
Author: Bill Clinton, James Patterson
The President Is Missing confronts a threat so huge that it jeopardizes not just Pennsylvania Avenue and Wall Street, but all of America. Uncertainty and fear grip the nation. There are whispers of cyberterror and espionage and a traitor in the Cabinet. Even the President himself becomes a suspect, and then he disappears from public view... — Set...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781787460171
ISBN-10: 1787460177
Publication Date: 5/16/2019
Pages: 544
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 1 rating
Publisher: Arrow
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio CD
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Great book. Keeps you turning the pages. Story of cycracrime to wipe out all the computers in the USA and the fight the President makes to prevent it from happening.
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mamatraub avatar reviewed The President is Missing on + 151 more book reviews
Not as good as The President's Daughter, but good! I am passing this on to my sister!
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Couldn't put it down.
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Enjoyed it very much the different twists in the story
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good read
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As any experienced reader of New York Times Bestselling authors knows, James Patterson has successfully established himself over the last 2o or so years as a brand name and purveyor of what has come to be called commuter and beach-dweller entertainment. It has been well established that most of the books bearing his name as the author are largely the work of his paid collaborators. But The President is Missing is quite obviously different. In this one, Patterson cleverly chooses a two-term ex-president as his collaborator, knowing as I'm quite certain he did that by doing so Patterson himself would have to do the lion's share of the writing. How did it turn out? From my point of view, having just finished reading it, quite well indeed. I liked it a lot! Not quite 5 stars, but more than 3.