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I guess the biggest criticism I have of the book is that the capabilities of the woman body guard are a little unbelievable. She can shoot it out with 5 or 6 bad guys before they even have a chance to drawn a gun. And, she can usually beat them in a fist fight, too. Also, often the two of them get into really big problems, and then too easily work out of the problem. It's just a little too anticlimactic at times. The plots could be developed a little more completely. Having said that, though, I enjoyed these characters, and would like to find a follow-up book with them. Both of the main characters are very interesting, and I'd like to hear more from them. However, so far, I haven't found that follow up book.
Rider (Mike tower) has a minor, at best supportive role throughout the book. In the final chapter or two, he does move into is own, but even then Bird is very present..
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