by Brad Meltzer
The Inner Circle was a high speed political book about a young archivist in the National Archives who discovers a plot to blackmail the President and a secret intelligence team that has been around since the nation was founded. The archivist has to decide which party he should trust and what the right thing to do is.
This was a gripping book that I found hard to put down. The plot was well thought out and the action was real. The political setting in Washington D.C. also added intrigue to the story.
I would recommend this book to people who enjoy plot twists, political schemes, action, and fast paced writing.
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