The Disciples

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The Disciples
The Disciples (book cover).jpg
AuthorJoe Andrew,
V.C. Andrews
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
GenreSpy thriller, Fiction
Published6 July 1993 Simon & Schuster (US)
Media typePrint (Hardback)
Pages432 p
ISBN978-0-671-79599-3 (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]

Plot[edit]

From the bookjacket

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

Reception[edit]

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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