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David Baldacci often writes so as to hold a person in suspense throughout the entire book, this is no exception. The book had several surprises in it. Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Neil Flippin
Another great Baldacci story. Didn't care for torture part at all
. Joan Sheldon. Wished B. Had left it out altogether amen.
This book had a lot of twists and turns just when you know you have it all figured out another twist. I always enjoy his books. He keeps you involved. Just ordered anotherPublished 3 days ago by Donna k
The characters and settings portrayed in this book involved every human emotion . I could smell flowers, wine, mold and death. Read morePublished 9 days ago by bassetnana
As usual this was a very readable book. However, having read a number of books by this author I find he is becoming more obsessed with little details. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Robbie Morris
Another great read by Scott. I have really enjoyed the entire series and hope he keeps on writing.Published 23 days ago by Randall Skidmore