The First Counsel

The First Counsel

Book - 2001
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In New York Times bestselling author Brad Meltzers most mesmerizing and suspenseful novel yet, a young White House attorney gets caught up in a deadly conspiracy when he gets too close to the daughter of the president. Warner has signed Brad Meltzer for two books and will now publish him in both hardcover and paperback. White House lawyer Michael Garrick has a relatively anonymous position at a very public address. That is, until he starts dating Nora Harston (Secret Service code name: Shadow), the sexy and dangerously irresistible daughter of the president. But the confident young attorneywho starts feeling like the First Counselthinks he can handle the pressure. Until, out on a date, Nora and Michael see something they shouldnt. And when a body is discovered and Michael is the suspected killer, he finds himself on the run. Now he must find a way to prove his innocence. The First Counsel. The Presidents Daughter. You never dated anyone like this. Brad Meltzer is the bestselling author of The Tenth Justice (Rob Weisbach/William Morrow, 1997), which spent seven weeks on the New York Times hardcover bestseller list. His most recent novel, Dead Even (Rob Weisbach/William Morrow, 1998), was on the New York Times, Publishers Weekly, and USA Today bestseller lists. Warners paperback editions of The Tenth Justice and Dead Even (1998 and 3/99, respectively) sold nearly 700,000 copies combined.
Publisher: New York : Warner Books, 2001.
ISBN: 9780446527286
0446527289
Branch Call Number: Mel
Characteristics: 479 p.

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rahmmie
Jun 21, 2011

I thought the book had a juvenile and unrealistic plot

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