Synopsis. A gripping spy thriller set at an addictive pace, from bestselling author, Jeffrey Archer. Connor Fitzgerald is the professional’s professional. Holder of. Connor Fitzgerald is the professional’s professional. Holder of the Medal of Honor. Devoted family man. Servant of his country. The CIA’s most deadly weapon. The Eleventh Commandment [Jeffrey Archer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. ELEVENTH COMMANDMENT Jeffrey Archer Connor.
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The amazing plot narrated in an amazing language makes it one of my favourites! Is it politically incorrect?
I love reading political thrillers and Jeffrey Archer did a great job at keeping me “glued” to the book: My very first Jeffrey Archr With killing kept to the bare minimum level and very little one on one encounter it is just as the things happen. Towards the end of the book, Archer has characters preaching the gospel of Connor Fitzgerald without any explanation as to why he should deserve such an honor.
In preparation for his imminent retirement from the CIA, he lands a job interview comjandment the chairman of another insurance company called Washington Provident. I don’t want to give a spoiler, since you should read this, but I cried at the end Connor, a lifelong CIA operative, has just a few jobs left to do before he can retire. His enemy is not a foreign dicta I saw this novel listed in a recent Sunday issue of the New York Times.
Retrieved from ” https: Again, a good time passer – won’t change the world, but entertaining and seems to be what is necessary right now. This was my first Jeffrey Archer book and now I believe he’s earned his love of fans. I love Jeffrey Archer books and over the time I even got used to his style when within a few pages he tends to move by a decade or two – both an action and his characters – and you find yourself dealing with a few generations, not just one person: Nov 11, Dave rated it it was amazing.
Reading Archer after quite a while and the stories he delivers remain unchanged, ie exceptional. Sitting in a cell awaiting his execution he realizes that he has been betrayed. One could see them coming from afar. Still elevehth great story. I really enjoyed the book. Connor Fitzgerald is a CIA operative with years of dedicated service as an assassin for the United States government in foreign countries around the world.
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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Archer doesn’t seem to go for the shock value that you see in a lot of these kinds of stories. It gives a lot of insight into the inter-workings of the CIA, an the administration. The character development and the story line was one of the best from him.
I found this book to be a bit slow at times, but it’s a relief to read a book in this genre that isn’t completely over the top and unbelievable. The Eleventh Commandment by Jeffrey Archer. Depends on what you’re looking for Even at the end, the author still throws a twist at the end and not everything seems like it should be until the last page!
The book starts with the murder of a candidate for the Colombian presidency. Archer goes out of his way to proclaim that he is both an assassin AND a hero To cover up her work she plans to have her chief assassin, Connor Fitzgerald, eliminated.
Jul 29, Dick Reynolds rated it liked it. Jun 30, Nolan rated it liked it Shelves: Open Preview See a Problem? Feb 11, Mae rated it liked it Shelves: Servant of his country. Xommandment problem is that too much of the book doesn’t make sense. The English is not too expansive nor is it dumbed down. Although my exams were a couple of days ahead, I couldn’t stop reading this engaging book.
While you may enjoy it not sure your body gets any value from it. I never had the habit of reading books earlier.
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It could be made into a limited series or a movie archfr. Either they were good or bad. The director of the CIA has given the orders for this killings without presidential permission. While attending a speech, Connor is arrested and placed in a Russian jail to be executed.
I think the ending was a bit predictable, but clmmandment I would definitely recommend it to other readers. I enjoyed reading it and watching it unfold.