The Exile

The Exile

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John Barron, the youngest cop on the LAPD's elite 5-2 squad, gets a baptism of blood and fire as he encounters the most haunting case and villains he's ever faced. Trapped in a web of global intrigue, Barron and his sister, Rebecca, are swept across oceans and continents, from California to England to Russia, by a sinister hit man playing out his role in a shocking conspiracy that threatens institutions of power worldwide. Barron will find that this conspiracy is centuries old and its orchestrators will stop at nothing to see this dark vision through, a dream destined to topple governments, dethrone dynasties, and catapult one family to the pinnacle of global power.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 690 pages
  • 109.22 x 170.18 x 33.02mm | 748.42g
  • St Martin's Press
  • Tor Books
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 0765348357
  • 9780765348357
  • 158,320

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“"The Exile" starts out like gangbusters and quickly engages the reader.”—"Denver Post
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“High–octane thriller writing with an almost visceral impact.”—"Publishers Weekly" on" The Exile
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“Folsom can flat-out write an action scene.”—"Kirkus Reviews" on" The Exile
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“Fast-paced, exciting adventure . . . With a sturdy hero and a despicably clever villain, the novel grabs readers from the opening scenes and rarely lets them loose. It does exactly what it set out to do: deliver breathless excitement.”—"Booklist" on" The Exile
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"Hold on tight - from the first scene Folsom spins a tale of page-turning suspense." --W. E. B. Griffin on "The Exile"
"Once you start "The Exile, " forget sleep. It's fierce, complex suspense is fast as a 9 mm slug and tight as a hangman's noose."--Stephen Coonts
“More twists and turns than a strand of DNA.”—William Peter Blatty, author of
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About Allan Folsom

ALLAN FOLSOM is the "New York Times "bestselling author of "The Day After Tomorrow" and "The Day of Confession." He lives in California.
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Rating details

1,121 ratings
3.8 out of 5 stars
5 26% (290)
4 39% (434)
3 27% (306)
2 6% (66)
1 2% (25)
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