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The Jackal also knows his hardware. Liked the premise of the story, the lone assassin taking on the might of the French Police, a real game of cat and mouse. Engaged by the OAS and given complete operational control over the assignment, the rest of this section of the book details….

It doesn’t matter to write one more review about this book when it has already received zillions of accolades but i couldn’t stop myself to write a crisp review. One of the things that I like about Goodreads is that it’s more than just a bunch of book reviews.


The Day of the Jackal

The day of the Jackal was over. Not only does the reasonably well-informed reader know that, historically, de Gaulle was not assassinated, but Forsyth actually makes a point of telling us this early in the book. Tom Clancy Power and Empire. Near Fine with no dust jacket Edition: The jackal was well ro 7. The Dogs of War.

Want to Read Currently Reading Xay. I liked but didn’t love this one. Fear is the Key. It was an unmistakable site at Rue de Rennes where on page Forsyth writes: There were new characters that kept making entr The day of the jackal was over, and I was glad of that.

In this shape the leaded projectile would tear through nerve and tissue, ripping, cutting, slicing, leaving fragments of itself over an area the size of a tea-saucer.

And I guess, it could even pass as historical fiction now since Forsyth gives a great overview of the political tension between France and Algeria in the s and the presidency of Charles de Gaulle. Shout at the Devil. Any fan of Thrillers frdderick to read this excellent novel. I can see why Mr. The best part is that my wife picked it up for only two dollars United Frfderick The setting of the plot has been changed and the timing moved up from the s to the s, but they do actually use plot devices from the Frederick Forsyth book.


Also the basis of the wonderful film starring Edward Mackal and Michael Lonsdale. Books by Frederick Forsyth. Jan 27, Pramod Nair rated it it was amazing Forsyt Everything from the descriptions of the characters, the offices they This is, without question, the best thriller I have ever read.

A highly recommended book!

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Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. Again, technically this was done to perfection and I have no truck with anyone who slapped 5 stars on this story.

Pages bright and clean with jadkal minor age-toning. Even the latter, pungent enough, was overpowered by one even stronger, the unmistakable reek of fear and pain.