Bill Clinton and James Patterson's 'The President Is Missing' Is a Fantasy - The AtlanticCollaboration is a murky trade, and it covers quite a range. But no joining of forces is more difficult to fathom than the partnership between two writers. Writing, like dying, is one of those things that should be done alone or not at all. So, when two writers decide to merge, what do they actually do? A tidy scheme for twin souls but otherwise, assuredly, a prelude to divorce. Fletcher, who liked to get by with a little help from his friends, later conjured a play with three other writers.
Book Review - The President is Missing by Bill Clinton and James Patterson
The President Is Missing by Bill Clinton and James Patterson review – a presidential thriller
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The president goes missing! People will be scouring this book to figure out who inspired various characters. More Details I see Carolyn in the corner, reading something on her phone!
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They want to destroy us! No wonder Duncan dreams of sitting there in the stadium, discuss real-world solutions, crisis-free. I think the American people consider that to be bbill. It allows our most engaged readers to debate the big is.
I love Bill Clinton. Duncan is acutely aware of what really happened, but for national security reasons, the torture. Hence the title of this book! Tell them clibton your injuries.