Kansas City Star
May 28, 1982
'President's Man' is a powerful political thriller
This is Nicholas Guild's fifth novel. His previous books have gained wide critical acclaim for realism, intelligent plotting, sustained action and suspense. The President's Man should prove to be his best effort to date.
Mr. Guild is a marvelously facile writer, and The President's Man, because of its power and believability, is easily one of the best political action novels to come along since Advise and Consent.
LA Herald Examiner
July 11, 1982
For fast moving, hard to put down, political intrigue, Nicholas Guilds latest novel fits all the requirements. Once again, he had spun a narrative with consummate skill and introduced complex characters as real and your best, or worst, friend.
Feb. 1, 1982
This is a well-written, clever story of political intrigue and spies.
Asbury Park Press
March 9, 1982
WARNING! Do not begin this book unless you have time on your hands.
Don't make the mistake I didand begin the book about midnight when you must be up early for work the next day. You'll get very little sleep.
Only rarely does a novel come along that really merits the hackneyed phrase "You can't put it down. This does.