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'The one book I must read at least once a year, to remind me how this writing thing is really done. It reminds every thriller writer that perfection has already happened .' Tony Kent, Daily Express
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One of the most celebrated thrillers ever written, The Day of the Jackal is the electrifying story of the struggle to catch a killer before it's too late.
It is 1963 and an anonymous Englishman has been hired by the Operations Chief of the O.A.S. to murder General Charles de Gaulle. A failed attempt the previous year means the target will be nearly
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Produktbeschreibung
'The one book I must read at least once a year, to remind me how this writing thing is really done. It reminds every thriller writer that perfection has already happened.' Tony Kent, Daily Express
____________________________

One of the most celebrated thrillers ever written, The Day of the Jackal is the electrifying story of the struggle to catch a killer before it's too late.


It is 1963 and an anonymous Englishman has been hired by the Operations Chief of the O.A.S. to murder General Charles de Gaulle. A failed attempt the previous year means the target will be nearly impossible to get to. But this latest plot involves a lethal weapon: an assassin of legendary talent.

Known only as The Jackal, this remorseless and deadly killer must be stopped.

But how do you track a man who exists in name alone?


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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Random House UK Ltd
  • Seitenzahl: 416
  • Erscheinungstermin: 25. Mai 2010
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781407095998
  • Artikelnr.: 39215095
Autorenporträt
At the age of nineteen, Frederick Forsyth became the youngest pilot in the Royal Air Force, but then decided to follow a journalistic career as 'it was the only job that might enable me to travel and keep more or less my own hours.' After three years as a provincial reporter, he joined Reuters and spent the next four years in Europe. In 1965 he joined the BBC and was sent to Biafra to cover the war that was raging in Nigeria. In 1969 he decided to use his experience as a Reuter's reporter in France during the period when an assassination attempt was made on the President, General De Gaulle as the basis for a thriller. Within thirty-five days he completed The Day of the Jackal , which established him as one of the world's leading thriller writers. To date it has sold in the region of 10 million copies. Since then he has written over fifteen bestselling thrillers, all with an international and political setting. Frederick Forsyth is married and lives in Hertfordshire. His interests
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In a class by itself. Unputdownable.' The Sunday Times
Forsyth is truly the world s reigning master of suspense Los Angeles Times

When it comes to espionage, international intrigue, and suspense, Frederick Forsyth is a master. The Washington Post Book World

Inventive, organized, believable, and absolutely spellbinding Suspense fiction at its very best and a cliffhanger par excellence. The Philadelphia Inquirer

A masterpiece tour de force of crisp, sharp, suspenseful writing It s an awful cliché to say that you won t be able to put this book down, but cliché or not, it s the truth. The Wall Street Journal