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- Publication Date: December 7, 2013
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B006BG9274
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The private Security consultant is, therefore, easier to accept sa the "Cowboy Chick" out simply for herself. Prescott does enough to add empathy for this character while at the same time establishing the FBI lady as the stable one, yet prone to accept assistance from the "loose cannon" civilian. This is the key to TV series e.g. like Castle surviving through several seasons.
Overall, the story moves nicely with just enough angst to worry us about the possibility of failure on either ladies' parts. I was pretty sure both would survive so the ending was, for me, just a bit predictable. All thing considered, still a good read and i can recommend it.
Abby is a strong character with her own set of rules, almost manic in the novel. Talking incessantly, sarcastic and full of sharp wit. You can clearly visualize her behavior as she works to uncover the truth. Tess, the ever conservative tightass Fed, trying to color in between the lines but constantly drawn out by Abby. The congressman, his aide and the other players round-out an excellent cast with a good conclusion and the set-up for more to come.
I've read Prescott's newer novels, which is why I went back to read this one. "Stealing Faces" is still my 5-star favorite, but this one is a 4-star to me. Definitely worth reading.