The Icarus Agenda - Robert Ludlum Reviews
Description:ISBN 0752858505 / Author: Robert Ludlum / Genre: Crime / Thriller
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Five people want to change the world - and one man must pay the ...
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by - written on 06/10/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Within the American embassy in Oman, over 200 hostages are being held at gunpoint whilst the world watches. There are rumours that the Mahdi, a powerful Middle Eastern Mafia type, is behind the hostage situation. For Congressman Evan Kendrick the involvement of the Mahdi brings back a lot of memories and leads the Congressman to become an unlikely hero. In the US an secret political group known only as Inver Brass want to change the face of American politics and they see Kendrick as their ideal man. Over the years I have read a number of Robert Ludlum's previous novels and including this one I'm yet to find a bad one written solely by Ludlum. Whilst the Bourne ... Read the complete review
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