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Ken Follett

Follett is an international bestseller whose works span a wide variety of thriller subgenres. He usually fictionalizes some major event in history and throws a touch of romance in with the blinding action. Follett focuses on character relationships more so than other thriller writers.


Eye of the Needle

by Ken Follett

Rating: ***.5

 

This is the one we've all heard of and watched on TV. "The Needle" is an agent hired by Hitler who must find his way back to Germany from Great Britain with a secret that could defeat the D-Day landing.

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The Man from St. Petersburg

by Ken Follett

Rating: ***.5

Another vastly popular title of catastrophe--the eve of the war to end all wars. Feliks, a man consumed with a mission, comes to London to commit a murder that could change history. Against him are the whole of the English police, a powerful and brilliant lord--and the young Winston Churchill.

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A Dangerous Fortune

by Ken Follett

Rating: ***.5

This New York Times Bestseller sold over 500,000 hardcover copies. In 1866, a mysterious drowning at the exclusive Windfield School for boys initiates a spiraling circle of treachery that will span three decades and entwine many lives.

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Lie Down with Lions

by Ken Follett

Rating: ***

 

Follett takes you on a harrowing chase across the ice-shrouded mountains of Afghanistan as a tale of deadly intrigue and even deadlier love unfolds.

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A Place Called Freedom

by Ken Follett

Rating: ***

 

A historical thriller set in Scotland. Sentenced to life in the Scottish coal mines, 21 year-old Mack McAsh hungers for escape. His only ally is the highborn Lizzie Hallim. In 1766, from London to the American colonies, two restless young people, separated by politics and position, are bound by their search for a place called freedom.

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