White: A Novel

  • ISBN13: 9780316600804
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America’s fiercest enemies infiltrate the nation’s highest offices in the new high-velocity thriller by this former FBI agent, and, the author of Black. There is the world of black ops, where agents from nameless agencies do the nation’s most covert bidding. This is the world former FBI agent Christopher Whitcomb knows better than anyone–he lived it for years. And now in his novels he can tell the truth about our nation’s biggest secrets. There is also th… More >>

White: A Novel

5 Comments on "White: A Novel"

  1. I loved black and I thought the plot for it was very original.

    But White is just to cheesy. It reads like every other weak political thriller out there and doesn’t have the realism that Black had.

    Islamic terrorists and white supremicists are teaming up to take down the U.S. and of course the President might be in on it ? Coming soon to ActionMax or Showtime Extreme.

    What a lame plot. I can already see Stacy Keach and Craig Sheffer signing on to turn this into a film.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  2. I read his “biography” originally and had no idea he had written two other books – and I grabbed them up as soon as I found out. He is terrific. Cannot wait for book #4…..Thanks Chris – I do so enjoy your writing…
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. In this sequel, Christopher Whitcomb comes through with another well written thriller that’s perfect for a summer read. A fast-paced wildly plotted thriller sure to please fans of his previous novel ‘Black’. I Look forward to more in this series.

    Highly recommended.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. In the genre of Thriller Mysteries, there are none better than WHITE by Christopher Whitcomb. His inside knowledge of the dangerous bedfellows of politics and law enforcement brings the reader to the inner warfare sanctum for classic duels between good and evil, national security or national destruction. This book defines the term “page turner.”
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. I picked up this book after having seen a “comment” by Frederick Forsyth, a favorite author of mine and the preeminent master of this genre. I was quite disappointed by this book, not from what another reviewer calls an unbelievable plot. Rather, I found the storytelling amateurish (at best) with weak character development. There also seemed to be exaggerated use of multiple storylines to attempt to artificially inducing suspense into an otherwise bland novel.

    On the brighter side, it is obvious that Whitcomb has “been there and done that,” drawing on his background to provide inside details and terminology that other books of this type lack. That, however, was not enough to offset a clear lack of skill as a writer of fiction.
    Rating: 2 / 5

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