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by Joseph J. Andrew
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Genre Fiction
  • Author:
    Joseph J. Andrew
  • ISBN:
    1857974166
  • ISBN13:
    978-1857974164
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  • Publisher:
    Orion mass market paperback; New Ed edition (November 3, 1994)
  • Pages:
    624 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Genre Fiction
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  • Rating:
    4.1
  • Votes:
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The Disciples is a 1993 spy thriller by Joe Andrew, who was chairman of the 2000 Democratic National Convention, and . After a recruiter for the National Security Agency goes AWOL, NSA information analyst . Steele must track her down. Critical reception for The Disciples was mixed.

The Disciples is a 1993 spy thriller by Joe Andrew, who was chairman of the 2000 . Plot. Joe Andrew CNN biography. Category:American spy novels Category:1993 American novels. The book was initially published in 1986 through Simon & Schuster and Patterson released a slightly re-written version of the novel in 2000 through Warner Books. For the silversmith and Nashville mayor, see J. T. Elliston. The Striker is an Isaac Bell adventure tale, the sixth in that series.

Originally published: London : Orion Books, 1993.

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Critical reception for The Disciples was mixed. Books with missing cover.

The game of spies abides by the simple truth that she who holds the secrets holds the world. Great book, it is not often that an author can come up with such a comprehensive book as this on his first try. This had it all, a great story, good characters, wonderful action and a quick pace. This is an exciting book that at its heart is a conspiracy theory. Ok the story is almost not believable, but if you close one eye and get into it you will have fun.

A taut and intricate reinvention of the spy thriller--powered by a driving plot like Three Days of the Condor and blessed with a deft, romantic touch for detail reminiscent of The Little Drummer Girl. After a recruiter for the National Security Agency goes AWOL, NSA information analyst T.C. Steele must track her down.

Celen
Great book, it is not often that an author can come up with such a comprehensive book as this on his first try. This had it all, a great story, good characters, wonderful action and a quick pace. This is an exciting book that at its heart is a conspiracy theory. Ok the story is almost not believable, but if you close one eye and get into it you will have fun. The taking of the whole East vs. West story line and throwing in cult like clan was very interesting. Each time I was ready for a plot twist, action or drama it was there. The characters just explode in your memory - you do not get them out of your head. The ending was also a good one - you are expecting something close but the author has come up with something better. I was a little disappointed in the love story, it seemed forced, almost like the publisher said the book would sell better with the love story. Overall, this was a great effort.
Direbringer
Five stars
Rrd
The story is totally insane. Private mercenary groups operating inside the US. A "family" with information about each and every country. And as usual, only one man to stop them. It is simply boring. While it might be acceptable for conspiracy freaks who believe that it was really the CIA who killed Kennedy and think that "Area 51" is a top secret military base with live aliens, the normal person would think it wild, to be classed as sci-fi or fantasy. A person who has read Dale Brown, Tom Clancy, or Larry Bond would know this is absolutly impossible. If you want something worth your time, get "Nimitz Class" or "Day of the Cheetah" (while "Day of the Cheetah" is more of a flyer's story, its beginning is extremely interesting).