- File Size: 932 KB
- Print Length: 386 pages
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- Publication Date: December 7, 2013
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B006BG9274
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Michael Prescott always delivers fast paced stories kand interesting plots. Unfortuantely, in this
book the crazy quilt never quite comes together. Tess is a downer, staid, uninteresting and hypocritical. She sucks the life out of the story and is almost irrelevant. Abby is far more interesting and exciting but she seems more on edge than edgey in this outing. The feds and their bickering and politics were just annoying. The informant's identity was a stretch and the ultimate resolution was pat. Still, this book is still alot of fun.
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.