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Shall We Tell The President? is a 1977 book by English author Jeffrey Archer. In its original version, a plot to kill the president of the United States, Edward Kennedy, is foiled by an FBI agent working with the head of the FBI. A love story complicates the plot. The book includes descriptive details of official Washington, for which the author lists sources. After the success of Kane and Abel and The Prodigal Daughter, the new editions of the work featured Florentyna Kane (the first female USA president) rather than Kennedy as the president. In it Archer has Bill Bradley as Kane's Vice President and keeps making references to Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. In original version with President Kennedy, the Vice President was Dale Bumpers. Contents 1 Suspected Senators 1.1 Fictional 1.2 Real-Life 2 External links Suspected Senators Some United States Senators (both real-life and fictionals), Democrats and Republicans, were suspected as a part of plot to kill the President. Many of them just because they were present in D.C. at certain time. Fictional Ralph Brooks (D-IL), enemy of President Kane Marvin Thornton (D-MA) Robert Duncan (later Harrison) (R-SC) Henry Dexter (R-CT), father of Mark's girlfriend Dr. Elizabeth Dexter Real-Life Majority Leader Robert Byrd (D-WV) Birch Bayh (D-IN) Joe Biden (D-DE) S. I. Hayakawa (R-CA) Charles Mathias, Jr. (R-MD) Charles Percy (R-IL) Adlai Stevenson III (D-IL) John Glenn (D-OH) Daniel Patrick Moynihan (D-NY) James Abourezk (D-SD) Quentin Burdick (D-ND) Sam Nunn (D-GA) Frank Church (D-ID) External links Jeffrey Archer's official website v · d · eJeffrey Archer Fiction Not A Penny More, Not A Penny Less (1976) · Shall We Tell the President? (1977) · Kane and Abel (1980) · The Prodigal Daughter (1982) · First Among Equals (1984) · A Matter of Honour (1986) · As the Crow Flies (1991) · Honour Among Thieves (1993) · The Fourth Estate (1996) · The Eleventh Commandment (1998) · Sons of Fortune (2003) · False Impression (2006) · The Gospel According to Judas by Benjamin Iscariot (2007) · A Prisoner of Birth (2008) · Paths of Glory (2009) · Only Time Will Tell Non Fiction Hell - Belmarsh (2002) · Purgatory - Wayland (2003) · Heaven - North Sea Camp (2004) · Short stories A Quiver Full of Arrows (1980) · A Twist in the Tale (1989) · Twelve Red Herrings (1994) · The Collected Short Stories (1997) · To Cut a Long Story Short (2000) · Cat O'Nine Tales (2006) · And Thereby Hangs a Tale (2010) For children By Royal Appointment (1980) · Willy Visits the Square World (1980) · Willy and the Killer Kipper (1981) · The First Miracle (1994) Plays Beyond Reasonable Doubt (1987) · Exclusive (1989) · The Accused (2000) This article about a 1970s novel is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e