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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From emergency meetings in the Oval Office to a Russian mafya boss’s luxurious hideaway outside St. Petersburg, The Eleventh Commandment sweeps readers off their feet from the first paragraph. As in Jeffrey Archer’s previous bestsellers, The Eleventh Commandment features enough plot-twisting ingenuity, exotic characterization, and narrative surprise to take the art of thriller writing to a new level.
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The Eleventh Commandment by Jeffrey Archer. Connor Fitzgerald is a professional’s professional. Holder of the Medal of Honor. Servant of his country. But for the past twenty-eight years, Fitzgerald has been leading a double life as the CIA’s most deadly assassin.
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And only days before his retirement from the CIA, he comes across an enemy who, for the first time, even he cannot handle. The enemy is Connor Fitzgerald is a professional’s professional.
Dexter’s stranglehold on the agency is threatened by one decision, and her only hope of survival is to destroy Fitzgerald. Meanwhile, on the other side of the world, a formidable new foe is threatening the United States: Paperbackpages. Published April 7th by HarperTorch first published May 1st To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Eleventh Commandmentplease sign up.
See 1 question about The Eleventh Commandment…. Lists with This Book. Jun 11, Vanessa Wester rated it it was amazing Shelves: In one word – wow! Have I missed this? How can this not have been made into a movie?
Is it politically incorrect? Not a womaniser, a man we all aspire to have as a friend or soul mate. Yet, deadly as sin Since commmandment is an American agent. The story starts with an assassination and it takes one twist after another, whilst making you b Last night I finished The Eleventh Commandment by Jeffrey Archer.
The story starts with an assassination and it takes one twist after another, whilst making you both like the characters and want to read on. I don’t want to give a spoiler, since you should read this, jrffrey I cried at the end And then, even though I guessed what was coming next I always seem to If you have not tried JA before – do.
I only recently started reading his books, and I will never look back. Have a nice day, Vanessa: View all 6 comments. Jun 27, Abdul rated it liked it. I compare this book to drinking a can of coke. While you may enjoy it not sure your body gets any value from it. If you are elevemth reading books of substance, watching tv or want to relax while exercising your mind this is a thriller you might enjoy. Feb 04, Sid rated it it was amazing Shelves: After a long time, I put my hands on a book that so consumes one’s time, mind and thought.
Ahh it was fascinating spending time with such a tumultous plot! Dec 29, Justin Mahaffie rated it it was ok. I like Jeffrey Archer. Paths of Glory was a good book.
I did not like archef as much as I’d hoped. The story seemed thin It seems like the story is comprised of three or four major scenes, and that’s it.
Were it to be made into a 2 hour movie, it probably wouldn’t have to sacrifice much in the transition. There’s not really anything I object to, it just feels like he could have written this over the course o I like Jeffrey Archer.
There’s not really anything I object to, it just feels like he could have written this over the course of a weekend, or as he used the toilet throughout the week. That said, it’s not a waste of time to read, by any means.
At one point, Jefftey was rather engrossed, and wanting to see how it played out. Although my exams were a couple of days ahead, I couldn’t stop elevemth this engaging book. Talking about engagement, I must have been found day and night sticking to The Eleventh Commandment much to the annoyance of my family members and peers. Other than arcuer, what a read! Though it kept me anticipating a happy ending, I would have definitely been shocked at the moments, I was e Although my exams were a couple of days ahead, I couldn’t stop reading this engaging book.
Though it kept me anticipating a happy ending, I would have definitely been shocked at the moments, I was expected to be so had I not read the last line.
I’ve hardly any words to describe how involved I was in Conner’s life, how much sorrow and horror I carried in my heart throughout the read at the dark human mentality and respect and appreciation at the goodness of it.
This was my first Jeffrey Archer book and now I believe he’s earned his love of fans. Accurately, it has been described as “a rollercoaster of a book” and that Archer “scoops his readers up in the first paragraph, and doesn’t let them go until the last.
The pace, the ingenuity, the twists, intertwined with a moving love story, show Britain’s bestselling author at the peak of his page-turning powers. Jul 29, Dick Reynolds rated it liked it. I saw this novel listed in a recent Sunday issue of the New York Times.
I thought it was a new issue but when I received it I learned that it had been published in His enemy is not a foreign dicta I saw this novel listed in a recent Sunday issue of the New York Times. We also have an American president who is easily manipulated by Dexter and a new Russian president. However, there are some problems.
Fitzgerald received the Medal of Honor for his heroism in Viet Nam as a lieutenant. An important point for THIS reader.
I attribute the slip to Archer being British and unfamiliar with the American military. He claims to be an executive for an insurance company called Maryland Life. In preparation for his imminent retirement from the CIA, he lands a job interview with the chairman of another insurance company called Washington Provident.
He convinces the chairman and other executives comjandment he sleventh actually an insurance company executive, a totally implausible situation. Jun 30, Nolan rated it liked it Shelves: What you need to know is that this book will hold your interest and keep you involved to the back cover.
Connor Fitzgerald has been married to Meg for many years; their daughter is weeks away from graduation from the Stanford med school. Connor, a lifelong CIA operative, has just a few jobs commanvment to do before he can retire.
But Congress and others are turning up the heat on the CIA, and there are rumors that one of its operatives is responsible for the assassination in Columbia.
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The director, recognizing that this could destroy her career if a link can be successfully made to her agency, determines that Connor Fitzgerald must die so that such a link never materializes. This, then, ultimately is the story of his private deadly war tthe a lifelong employer. It’s a page turner. I found this book on my shelf and I dont even remember buying it or borrowing it but I am glad I decided to read it.
It is a quick read and the author is known for his flair for writing and keeping you engrossed in his stories. However entertaining it is, it does have its flaws. Firstly what irked me most was that the characters seemed one-dimensional.
Either they were good or bad. Commandmnt, some of the twists weren’t that unexpected as the author would have you believe. One c It’s a page turner.
One could see them coming from afar. And thirdly, the climax bummed me out, especially the quick resolution to the conflict. I probably wanted the protagonist to face more challenges to show he is worthy of the adulation that the books suggests.