The Betrayal: A Novel ePub download
by Sabin Willett
- ISBN: 0375402942
- ISBN13: 978-0375402944
- ePub: 1575 kb | FB2: 1264 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Thrillers & Suspense
- Publisher: Random House Audio; Abridged edition (June 16, 1998)
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 339
- Format: docx mobi lrf doc
The Betrayal: A Novel has been added to your Cart. Louisa Shidler, the mercurial heroine of Willett's absorbing if extravagant second thriller (after The Deal), has been betrayed by her philandering husband, but she accepts that.
The Betrayal: A Novel has been added to your Cart. What she can't accept is finding out she's being used as a cover for her boss and mentor, Royall Stillwell, top gun at the Office of the . Trade Representative and Republican candidate for vice president.
Sabin Willett is a partner with the law ﬁrm of Bingham McCutchen llp. He is the author of two previous novels, The Deal and The Betrayal. He graduated from Harvard and Harvard Law School and lives outside Boston. Библиографические данные. Present Value: A Novel.
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Praised as "a worthy rival of Scott Turow and John Grisham" (Chicago Tribune), Sabin Willett made a powerful debut with his legal thriller, The Deal. Now he's made the leap from the courthouse to the White House in an even more accomplished international thriller ithriller, She worked for one of the most powerful men in government-and she trusted him completely. That was her mistake. Praised as "a worthy rival of Scott Turow and John Grisham" (Chicago Tribune), Sabin Willett made a powerful debut with his legal thriller, The Deal. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).
Sabin Willett is a partner with the Boston law firm Bingham Dana. The Betrayal is his second novel. About the ReaderJudith Ivey has earned Tony Awards for her wor. ore about Sabin Willett. Category: Suspense & Thriller.
Sabin Willett's first novel, The Deal, was hailed as a worthy successor to the novels of Scott Turow and other masterworks of the literary legal thriller. That sentiment is more than justified for this tightly plotted novel of political corruption, international arms dealing, and assassination.
Peter Sabin Willett, known as Sabin Willett, (born March 6, 1957) is an American lawyer and novelist, a partner with the Philadelphia-based law firm Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, formerly a partner at Bingham McCutchen. He lives near Boston, Massachusetts. He is perhaps best known as a defense lawyer for several Uighur prisoners at the Guantanamo Bay detainment camp. Willett was educated in England at Gresham's School, Holt, and at Harvard College and Harvard Law School.
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Here, books prevail, floor to ceiling in the cases, and in stacks on the leather chairs. In piles before the French door that leads to the back garden are the briefing books, the three-ring binders with the answers to everything. Courtesy of Cynthia Barnett. He has the desk facing the entranceway, with the chair back toward the French doors and windows, and it looks rather like the photographs of how the President's desk sits in the Oval Office.