Bad Company

Bad Company

Book - 2003
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Never have the stakes been higher than in his new novel. In the waning days of World War II, Hitler gave his diary to a young aide for safekeeping. Now it's threatening to resurface, with explosive contents: the details of a meeting between emissaries of Hitler and Roosevelt to reach an armistice and turn their collective efforts against the Soviet Union. The American representative: a close relative of none other than the current President, Jake Cazalet. Powerful enemies of Cazalet will do anything to get their hands on that diary-and it is up to White House operative Blake Johnson, together with his colleague in British intelligence, Sean Dillon, to make sure they don't. . . . Filled with hairpin twists and high-tension action, with characters as dark and surprising as any he has created, this is Higgins working at the peak of his powers.
Publisher: New York : Putnam, 2003
ISBN: 9780399149702
0399149708
Branch Call Number: HIG
Characteristics: 287 p

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rahmmie
Aug 15, 2015

Fun, uncomplicated, and simple book. Nothing more than average but sometimes well-done average is all that is required

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RichardPaul
Dec 02, 2011

Bad company ---- by Jack Higgins/Harry Patterson c - 2003(Sean Dillon story) ---- This is a very good read, plenty of the action and ties in with many of the past stories. Along with many character suprises ---- Enjoy! ---- RichardPaul

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