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eBook The Whole Truth ePub
Author: Ron McLarty,David Baldacci
Language: English
ISBN: 1600241425
ISBN13: 978-1600241420
Publisher: Hachette Audio; Abridged edition (April 22, 2008)
Category: United States
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 516
Formats: lrf doc lrf mbr
ePub file: 1595 kb
Fb2 file: 1788 kb

Written by David Baldacci, Audiobook narrated by Ron McLarty.

Written by David Baldacci, Audiobook narrated by Ron McLarty. In South America a 96-year-old man of great wealth reads a book late one night and an hour later he lies dead in his bed, the secrets of his past starkly revealed. Six months later another mystery man lies dead at the bottom of his pool in a villa in Provence. This time, however, there's a witness at the scene: Shaw, the shadowy operative from The Whole Truth who barely escapes with his life.

So begins David Baldacci's new book-a thriller unlike any he's written before. view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. Matt is Mathew Pender.

Part of A. Shaw series by David Baldacci. Why waste time discovering the truth when you can so easily create it? – The person quoted above requested anonymity as he was not authorized to speak on the record as to matters of truth.

David Baldacci, Ron McLarty. A powerful defense contractor, a reluctant intelligence agent, and an ambitious journalist race to contain and control an international crisis that could destroy the world in this New York Times bestselling thriller

David Baldacci, Ron McLarty. A powerful defense contractor, a reluctant intelligence agent, and an ambitious journalist race to contain and control an international crisis that could destroy the world in this New York Times bestselling thriller. Nicolas Creel is a man on a mission. He heads up the world’s largest defense contractor, The Ares Corporation. Dick Pender is the man Creel retains to perception manage his company to even more riches by manipulating international conflicts. But Creel may have an even grander plan in mind. Shaw, a man with no first name and.

The Whole Truth is a political thriller novel written by David Baldacci. This is the first book to feature A. Shaw and Katie James. The book was initially published on April 22, 2008 by Grand Central Publishing. Mutually assured destruction. Perception management.

The Whole Truth book. Audiobook - 11:22 hours - Narrator: Ron McClarty One of David Baldacci's "ok" novels. So begins David Baldacci's new book-a thriller unlike any he's written before. Matt" is Mathew Pender, of Pender Associates-a shadowy organization that specializes in managing seemingly impossible situations for its clients. Sometimes, those services extend to managing-and creating-armed conflict. Aug 25, 2011 Kevin Rubin rated it it was ok.

The Whole Truth by David Baldacci is a terrifying global thriller that delivers all the twists and turns, emotional drama, unforgettable characters and can't-put-it-down pacing that Baldacci fans expect – and still goes beyond anything he's written before. The Whole Truth is followed by a second Shaw and Katie James novel, Deliver Us From Evil.

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"Dick, I need a war." Nicolas Creel is a man on a mission. He heads up the world's largest defense contractor, The Ares Corporation. Dick Pender is the man Creel retains to "perception manage" his company to even more riches by manipulating international conflicts. But Creel may have an even grander plan in mind. Shaw, a man with no first name and a truly unique past, has a different agenda. Reluctantly doing the bidding of a secret multi-national intelligence agency, he travels the globe to keep it safe and at peace. Willing to do anything to get back to the top of her profession, Katie James is a journalist who has just gotten the break of a lifetime: the chance to interview the sole survivor of a massacre that has left every nation stunned. In this terrifying, global thriller, these characters' lives will collide head-on as a series of events is set in motion that could change the world as we know it. An utterly spellbinding story that feels all too real, THE WHOLE TRUTH delivers all the twists and turns, emotional drama, unforgettable characters, and can't-put-it-down pacing that readers expect from David Baldacci-and still goes beyond anything he's written before.
Jarortr
The Whole Truth (A. Shaw Book 1) is a thriller based on a real issue: that of society's vulnerability to bad information on the Internet. There have been some glaring, real examples of mis- or dis-information over the past decade, many of them in political power struggles. Of course, in the realm of thrillers, such a truism is taken to extremes to make a gripping story, and Baldacci has succeeded in doing this very well. Although this book was published several years ago, the story and writing have been crafted in a way that holds up well in today's world.

On the level of entertainment, this book is top notch. The characters are diverse and interesting. The leading protagonists are appealing, though a bit stereotypical: the "good guys" to be supermen and extremely lucky while the "bad guys" are greedy, power-hungry, and terribly warped genius-types who have a fatal flaw. Baldacci blurs these stereotypes with serious calamities and character flaws for the heroes and significant victories plus a degree of sincerity for the villains. The plot is developed with plausible logic and plenty of surprises. The balance among setting, characterization, and events is excellent.

An additional plus is that Baldacci has used good judgement in relegating gore, profanity, and sex to background factors that do not interfere with the telling of the story.

I'd rate it 4 and 1/2 stars. Highly recommended to those who enjoy large-scale conspiracy thrillers.
Precious
David Baldacci spins a great yarn as most of us have come to understand, but in The Whole Truth, he reaches heights unknown before. This is a thoroughly exciting tale, and he comes at you with twists and turns and redirection that leaves you panting to keep up. I've read a lot of suspense, including many of Mr. Baldacci's works, and never did I expect to find such brilliance in this story when I began reading it. It's a thriller, it's a most touching love story involving people who should be immune from that malady. Baldacci takes all of these elements and weaves a story that I will remember for a long time to come. The man's mind must work at warp speed...........it's an amazing read.

A Baldacci Fan
Samuhn
Creel, a multi-billionaire weapons manufacturer, is accustomed to making things happen, one way or another. When he decides to start an international conflict which will make him richer. More important to Creel, however, is his belief that he can bring back the old ways of life, including developing a new "Cold War" which will result in continued world-wide rearmament. What he never reckoned on was A. Shaw and Katie James, a super agent for a secret American agency and a reporter, respectively. David Baldacci provides a story full of love, murder and mayhem as we follow these characters to their final confrontation. A very entertaining read.
Cheber
I've been hooked on these David Baldacci books since someone loaned me "The Winner"
Since then I've developed many favorite authors similar to this style of writing. If you're like me and love espionage thrillers and spy type books and "kneecap busting" reads then this book will appeal to you. The character A. Shaw is a real interesting and badass dude, similar in nature to the likes of Jack Reacher, Mitch Rapp, and Scott Harvath. The book has a real interesting plot and plenty of action and intrigue. I'll definitely be looking for the next A. Shaw story.
Asyasya
The plot is somewhere between a romance and a suspense line. Shaw has such a confused background which drives him. He finally finds love and gives in to his new found emotion. Things look like the perfect romance book but then the bad guys kill the woman of his love. Shaw vows to retaliate by finding and killing the people responsible. A journalist who sees a story to rejuvenate her career, teams up with Shaw. Without spoiling the finale, I will mention that the reader is left to wonder about the future of Shaw and the journalist.
Mikale
Baldacci’s first international thriller uncovers a plot by the world’s largest defense contractor who retains a “perception manager” to convince the population and world powers that a third world war is imminent. All this is done through the internet release of lies that can be believed. Our hero loses his lady love and valiantly struggles to deal w/ the loss and to find the killers. It is a very good and exciting read.
Legionstatic
I've read most of the David Baldacci books and have enjoyed them all. I think that this may be among the best. Without revealing any of the plot that the reader should uncover for himself/herself, some of the characters are somewhat larger than life but still manage to be believeable. A Shaw (the name of the main character) is big and strong and is a reluctant hero who is caught in a trap from which he cannot extricate himself, except by performing services for a secret agency. He decides to walk away and asks his girl friend to marry him. At the same time he encounters another woman, a journalist, who gets caught up in the dangerous work Shaw performs. The story contains exciting brushes with death, real death and sadness, but also some triumph. It is a very readable story and I found myself wishing, at the conclusion, that I could keep reading to find out what happens next.
I was shocked at first when I saw how shamelessly and extensively Baldacci plagiarizes Lee Child. But then, Lee Child can only write one Jack Reacher novel a year, and I've read them all. So when I need a Jack Reacher fix, I read David Baldacci, or L. T. Ryan, who takes things a step further by ripping off Baldacci, who rips off Lee Child! Whew, it's dizzying. But at least they can write well, if one likes that kind of thing, which I do. Especially when I need something totally mindless and distracting.
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