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by David Compton

  • ISBN: 0451408292
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: David Compton
  • Other formats: lrf mobi docx lit
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Onyx; Reprint edition (January 1, 1998)
  • FB2 size: 1545 kb
  • EPUB size: 1302 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 950
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David Compton’s most popular book is Executive Sanction. Impaired Judgement by. David Compton.

Betrayed by the political game, a brilliant, idealistic campaign manager now finds himself chosen by the CIA for an extremely sensitive and volatile national security operation. Caught in a world of clandestine affairs and high-tech espionage, he becomes the key suspect in an explosive murder case that could cost him everything, including his life.

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Used availability for David Compton's Executive Sanction. December 1997 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

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David Guy Compton (born August 19, 1930) is a British author who writes science fiction under the name D. G. Compton. He used the name Guy Compton for his earlier crime novels and the pseudonym Frances Lynch for his Gothic novels. He has also written short stories, radio plays, and a non-fiction book on stammering, its causes and cures. Compton was born in London. Son of Gerald Cross (Actor), and Nuna Davey (Actress). His first published book was the 1962 crime novel Too Many Murderers.

In addition to The Acolyte/ Executive Sanction, he has also written Impaired.

The Acolyte was renamed Executive Sanction and sold widely overseas with a major movie deal signed with Touchstone Picture. In addition to The Acolyte/ Executive Sanction, he has also written Impaired Judgement and Family Sins. He is currently living in Europe with his family and writing another book. by Nathan Huddleston (SHS). The Acolyte, an exciting political novel by David Compton, is action packed from beginning to end.

Compton was born in London.

David Guy Compton (born August 19, 1930) is a British author who writes science fiction under the name D. His first published book was the 1962 crime novel Too Many Murderers

Betrayed by the political game, a brilliant, idealistic campaign manager now finds himself chosen by the CIA for an extremely sensitive and volatile national security operation. Caught in a world of clandestine affairs and high-tech espionage, he becomes the key suspect in an explosive murder case that could cost him everything, including his life! Ads in "Entertainment Weekly".
Reviews about Executive Sanction (3):
Eng.Men
As much as I enjoyed this book as the Acolyte. I was rather annoyed when I ordered what I thought was another book by David Compton and instead got a paperback version of the Acolyte! Sure it's my fault for not reading all the way down to the bottom of the reviews, but GEEZ! Why do they do this renaming garbage? "Hmmm, maybe we'll sell more if we give it a snazzier title...I've got it! How about Executive Sanction?!?" Barf.... It's really too bad, because the book can stand on it's own as the Acolyte....
Binthars
Executive Sanction By David Compton
This novel is a wonderfully exciting adventure that takes you deep into the dangerous world of espionage, sex, and politics. Greer Whitaker is a young and exciting campaign manger who seems to be making all the right moves, that all changed when his work takes him to Europe and he is thrust into a deadly game of cat and mouse. Whitaker, a very dynamic character goes from the simple campaign manager to the all out action adventure hero, who wins you over and saves the United States from disaster.
Throughout his travel he is confronted by evil drug lords, international conspirators, and beautifully deceitful women. These combinations of people and the deadly game that Whitaker is playing lead to an all out adventure that leaves one to ponder why this book isn't a movie. This is a great book that stirs the imagination and also the blood. I highly recommend it.
MisterQweene
Too long with an over abundance of plotting. His principals are well developed but become tiresome with time.

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