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I couldn't put the book down and stayed up half the night reading.
I became very interested in the plot, and the characters were well developed so that I felt as if I was a part of the story.
It was well written with interesting characters, multiple plots and fast moving action keeping my interest and attention.
I’ve read 3 previous books by Phillip Margolin and I will say this. While he has never been one of my favorite authors, I’ve always enjoyed his novels. Read morePublished 6 days ago by raskls
I love all of the twists and turns in Phillip Margolins' books. I can't put the book down when I start reading it.Published 6 days ago by Holly Newman
Love the new characters, the new story line and adding Washington D. C. I am currently in the middle of book 2 of this trilogy .... and am hoping more will be coming.Published 10 days ago by Barbara Junkkarinen
I thought this was a really enjoyable page turner. Not that hard to figure out the twist but it was still a good, easy, enjoyable read.Published 23 days ago by LucyLoo
Brad Miller, Dana Cutler and Keith Evans are all looking for the truth. What they find will leave them all in shock. Brad just wants to be a lawyer. Dana is running from her past. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lover of Books
Definitely kept me reading. Not a usually author for me to read but I will be looking for more books by this author.Published 1 month ago by Country Girl Book Lover
Read this in 2 days, could t stop or put down. Lots of details and a great mystery. Fast and compelling.Published 1 month ago by Robincat
Entertaining, but somewhat predictable. Easy to read and a good way to pass the time, but didn't hook me so that I started up late to finish it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ejyankee
This is a fast-moving murder mystery with a serial killer, a crooked president and a half-crazy detective with a bad case of PTSD. A fine, quick read.Published 1 month ago by Frederick L. VanDoren