The Disciples

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The Disciples
Author Joe Andrew,
V.C. Andrews
Language English
Genre spy thriller, Fiction
Publisher Simon & Schuster
Publication date
6 July 1993 (US)
Media type Print (Hardback)
Pages 432 p
ISBN ISBN 978-0-671-79599-3 (US)

The Disciples is a 1993 spy thriller by Joe Andrew, who was chairman of the 2000 Democratic National Convention, and V.C. Andrews.[1]


From the bookjacket

"After a recruiter for the National Security Agency goes AWOL, NSA information analyst T.C. Steele must track her down."


Critical reception for The Disciples was mixed. Kirkus Reviews called the book "An engrossing thriller--and first novel--that displays a firm grasp of conspiracy theory".[2] Publishers Weekly wrote that although the book had "a few good twists and a clean prose style", it had "little here to recommend".[1]


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