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  • Finally...

    I was in two minds as to how I felt about this novel and whether to give it 4 or 5 stars but the lead-up to the ending swayed me. Yes, we finally get the end of Max and Gina's story, the one that started way back in the earlier Troubleshooter novels when Gina was a hostage in a plane hijacking and Max was the hostage negotiator. But the first half of this novel, which establishes where Max and Gina's relationship has gone, or hasn't, is a series of episodes back and forth in time. I understand that the flashbacks were necessary to show what led Max to Hamburg; that it wasn't straight out linear in progression was at times quite frustrating. Even so we got the added bonus of Molly and Jones's story, and what a way for that to end. Way to go Max! As for Jules Cassidy, I'm liking him more and more. Jules is the sort of person you'd want, not just as a colleague but as a friend, and a really good and compassionate one at that.

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