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Pages: 304

Language: English

Publisher: HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks (28 May 2009)

By: Jack Higgins(Author) Justin Richards(Contributor)

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Jack Higgins, master of the modern thriller, teams up with Justin Richards, bestselling author of Dr Who, to deliver a pulse-pounding new instalment in the adventures of the teenage Chance twins…

Barely have Rich and Jade Chance walked away from their terrifying ordeal in the Middle East, when they stumble into another nightmare. And this time, it’s at the heart of the free world…

As their father deals with missing nuclear missiles in China, the twins are finally enjoying their all-expenses paid trip to the White House. But the enjoyment isn’t going to last long. Soon, the President they saved from assassination in Sharp Shot is targeted again. Now Rich and Jade face a shocking siege and a battle to prevent World War III – all from the comfort of home. The President’s home…

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Customer reviews:

  • By Peter Scott on 11 August 2016

    First Strike by Jack Higgins.Brilliant!!! Another fantastic story from the master of action and suspense. The Chance family have saved the world from nuclear destruction again. I enjoyed every page.

  • By Kindle Customer on 10 February 2015

    Great story from the master thriller writer. Even though they are written with the younger reader in mind ,I certainly enjoyed and have now read all the books in the series.

  • By Robin Hood on 18 February 2014

    If this is all that is goping to be available from Jack Higgins in the future - this is one reader that will be reviewing other authors.

  • By Susan Want on 18 May 2014

    very interesting.would be likely to re-read it at later date.this is a book I would recommend ,my mother is keen to read it too.

  • By Happy Customer on 9 March 2014

    Bought as part of a series to re read on my Kindle. I had bought the book a few years ago in paperback and wanted to read it again.

  • By Cheshire on 23 August 2014

    As alway the story was fast and interesting look forward to the next bookIn the near future thank you Jack.

  • By J. A. Tate on 3 August 2011

    Jack Higgins is one of the finest fiction writers ever when he writes of Dillon and the like,however,when he collaberates with authors such as Justin Richards he is brought down to their standard. This book is a great disappointment and one to be missed

  • By Philip Bedford on 3 October 2014

    A younger readership will enjoy this series and escape to a new view of close family relationships.

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