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|Publisher||MacMillan Hardback Omes|
|Edition||Open market ed|
|Number of Pages||416 Pages|
|Publication Year||2011 March|
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Dec 26, 2011
Not the usual high standardsThe book is disappointing to me only because David Baldacci sets very high standards in his previous books.
Aug 7, 2011
Stunnig StorySixth Man is the latest book of the series King & Maxwell cases. I've red this book and it's story has been made by applying a lot of brain . David Baldacci is one of the best authors in the world who writes really good triller mysteries! It's main focus is on a person name Edgar Roy which really a brainy person in this story and has been framed by his employer's rivals! And Sean & Michelle solves the mystry when they are told that Edgar Roy's lawyer has been MURDERED!
May 23, 2014
the sixth manGreat plot, extraordinary sequence of events, suspense and intrigue,ends with emotional experience. Both main characters are likable
Dec 29, 2012
NOT WORTHi shud say that this book, the plot, the representation does not leave a good impression on even an avid fan of baldacci.
Sep 2, 2012
A flat Hollywood MovieIt fails to qualify the very basic of being a thriller. There's ZERO element of Surprise in this book and it really made me wonder how it got the BestSeller tag attached to it. The language used is lucid and very colloquial to that of America. The plot itself is full of flaws and vague and some time. Its more like an average or rather below average Hollywood thriller with 4.0 as IMDB Rating.
Jul 26, 2012
very nicenice thriller. sean and michelle laying another boom! if u want some good read buy it. worth the money but definitely not one of the best.
Jan 4, 2012
Good, but Baldacci can do far better.People having no previous experience of Baldacci's novels will find this work an exciting one and will undoubtedly be eager for more of his books,