‘The dream team delivers big time … Clinton’s insider secrets and Patterson’s storytelling genius make this the political thriller of the decade.’ LEE CHILD
THE GLOBAL NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER
The President is missing.
The world is in shock.
Terrorists are planning a devastating attack. And they have help from traitors inside the White House.
The only thing standing in their way is a President determined to save his people.
Even if it means putting himself in mortal danger . . .
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‘A bullet train of a thriller. The Day of the Jackal for the twenty-first century.‘ A.J. FINN, author of The Woman in the Window
‘This book moves like Air Force One. Big and fast.’ MICHAEL CONNELLY, author of the Harry Bosch series
‘The President is Missing is a big, splashy juggernaut of a novel, combining thrills with a truly authentic look at the inner happenings in Washington. I read it in one gulp. You will too.’ HARLAN COBEN, No. 1 bestselling author of Don’t Let Go
‘Relentless in its plotting and honest in its examination of issues that strike close to our hearts.‘ JEFFERY DEAVER
‘A first-rate collaboration from a couple of real pros! Engrossing from page one.’ DAVID BALDACCI
‘The book’s biggest selling point is the guarantee of political authenticity . . . the outcome of a conversation between one writer with an unusual skill at thriller plotting and another with an exceptional grasp of global politics. The literary running mates have earned a second term.’ GUARDIAN
‘A brilliant, tricksy first chapter . . . unmistakably shows that their partnership works.’ SUNDAY TIMES
‘A high-octane collaboration . . . the addictive qualities are undeniable.’ TELEGRAPH
‘Fast-paced and well-engineered.’ FINANCIAL TIMES
‘Nobody will walk away from The President is Missing feeling disappointed if they are looking for a vigorous, fast-moving thriller that takes the reader into the corridors of power.’ i NEWSPAPER
‘A high-tension thriller . . . Bill Clinton’s insider perspective and James Patterson’s pacy plotting combine to irresistibly page-turning effect.’ MAIL