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From the author of Jurassic Park, Timeline, and Sphere comes an electrifying thriller in which a shocking accusation of sexual harassment triggers a gripping psychological game of cat and mouse and threatens to derail a brilliant career.
 
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
 
“A fresh and provocative story.”—People
 
An up-and-coming executive at the computer firm DigiCom, Tom Sanders is a man whose corporate future is certain. But after a closed-door meeting with his new boss—a woman who is his former lover and has been promoted to the position he expected to have—Sanders finds himself caught in a nightmarish web of deceit in which he is branded the villain.
 
As Sanders scrambles to defend himself, he uncovers an electronic trail into the company’s secrets—and begins to grasp that a cynical and manipulative scheme has been devised to bring him down.
 
“Crichton writes superbly. . . . The excitement rises with each page.”—Chicago Tribune
 
“A heart-stop story running on several tracks at once. Disclosure is up to [Crichton’s] usual locomotive speed.”—The Boston Globe
 
“Expertly crafted, ingenious and absorbing.”—The Philadelphia Inquirer

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
1994
January 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
464
Pages
PUBLISHER
Random House Publishing Group
SELLER
Penguin Random House LLC
SIZE
8.3
MB

Customer Reviews

NotBrightEnough ,

The and makes up for the beginning

The beginning was terrible. I almost stopped. Glad I didn't. It picks up about a third of the way through and was a nonstop race to the end.

The age of the book was evident in some of the technology described (CD-ROMs and telephone lines to data bases?) but in others he was spot on (virtual reality). Otherwise an excellent read and highly recommended.

Levin aficionado ,

Page turner

Finished over last night and I never read in bed. Usually get through one page and out. This book hooked me and intrigue was believable. Always makes sense and very sorry he’s gone! Excellent

MykeBreezy ,

Disclosure

Couldn’t put it down.

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