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Pearson is good at plotting and at technical details but I've read his entire Boldt series at least twice and the uneven character development throughout the series is really... Read morePublished 1 month ago by MPreddy
Book does not have enough plot movement. The writing is good, but the story moves slowly. I found myself skipping parts.Published 4 months ago by M. Westerhaus
This is my first Boldt story, and it took me a while to like him. Once it clicked, though, I was hooked. Ready to read the next and all the rest.Published 9 months ago by lynntriss
I am a long time fan of Ridley Pearson & have always loved his books. The Boldt/Mathews SPD are just the best & this one did not disappoint. Read morePublished 14 months ago by msf
Ridley Pearson and his Seattle PD (Sgt. Boldt and The Team) keeps getting
better and better!!! Very enjoyable read!!!
Meh. Liked Undercurrents, this one not so much. Too much detail on how ATM networks work. Not terrible, but not good.Published 17 months ago by Jeffrey J. Waldman