Saving Faith

Saving Faith

Large Print - 1999
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Another eagerly awaited novel of thrilling suspense set in Washington's corridors of power from the incomparable David Baldacci, bestselling author ofThe Simple TruthandAbsolute Power. Danny Buchanan and Faith Lockhart are the greatest influence peddlers in Washington because they can do something no one else can: guarantee results. But when Buchanan's scheme is uncovered by Robert Thornhill, a zealous CIA chief, he is forced to spy on his clients and network of politicians to further Thornhill's grand plan. Separately, Lockhart goes to the FBI to tell all, and thus becomes a target of Thornhill's. As the FBI is unknowningly pitted against the CIA mastermind, and Buchanan and Lockhart think each is destroying the other, it's left to private investigator Lee Brennan, who's stumbled into this nightmare, to "save faith." And a lot more.
Publisher: New York : Random House Large Print in association with Warner Books, 1999
Edition: 1st large print ed
ISBN: 9780375408663
Characteristics: x, 560 p. (large print) ; 25 cm


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May 21, 2015

Disappointing, played more like a mediocre 80’s TV show. There were some good parts but mostly the book was predictable and not really one of Baldacci’s best efforts

Nov 04, 2007

I like this author.


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FavouriteFiction Oct 14, 2009

CIA agent Robert Thornhill blackmails lobbyist Danny Buchanan to organize a bribery scheme that will force Congress to bend to the CIA's whim. When assistant Faith Lockhart discovers the plot she is forced to go on the run or lose her life.


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