The inner circle brad meltzer novel

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the inner circle brad meltzer novel

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The Inner Circle by Brad Meltzer

Thank you! A fast-moving tale of murder, deception and intrigue linked to George Washington's Culper Ring and its espionage descendants. Beecher White works in the "nation's attic"—the U.

The Inner Circle

A thriller about a librarian? Have no fear, best-selling author Brad Meltzer soon gets you hooked. After a somewhat slow start, The Inner Circle quickly becomes a fast, fun thriller. Once the twists start coming, Meltzer proves his prowess with the Washington D. An unlikely leading man, Beecher White is an archivist at the National Archives. Buried in history every day, he makes a living by finding answers to arcane questions. An ordinary day of a guy trying to impress a girl quickly goes wrong.

Brad Meltzer's latest entry in the DC-conspiracy thriller sub-genre is thrilling, engaging, and even thoughtful. Reviewed by Austin S. Camacho The Inner Circle is the latest entry in the DC-conspiracy thriller sub-genre, which birthed such disappointing films as National Treasure, with its contrived historical clues and forced action. However, in the hands of the right author, these can be thrilling, engaging and even thoughtful novels. As luck would have it, Brad Meltzer is the right author.

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While working in the archives, Beecher and his childhood crush discover a year-old dictionary belonging to George Washington. For reasons unknown, the sitting president keeps the dictionary hidden. Beecher wants to discover why, and the answer leads to murder, conspiracy, and the best kept secret that all U. According to WorldCat , the book is in libraries [1]. Beecher White works in the National Archives.

I find the characters unbelievably lucky and the premise unbelievable. So yes, I went into this book skeptically. And yes, that has affected my rating. But I always enjoy the ride and this was no exception. Things are never how they seem in a thriller. When this was chosen as our book club selection I thought it seemed like an odd choice. I learned that Meltzer is coming to speak in the area in June.

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