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4.3 out of 5
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    Memory Man

    Another nail bitting, action packed story containing twists and turns Baldacci is reknowned for. Bring on the next Amos Decker novel.
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    Great

    Very good read. Draws you in, you do not want to put the book down. There are a few twists and turns that keep you guessing till the end.
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    Very suspensful

    Good read the keeps you turning till the end. Not too grafic which i like but keeps you intrigued with twisits
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    A brilliant read

    An absorbing read you won’t be able to put down to the finish. Follow Amos on a roller coaster ride as he is called into being a consultant on a mass shooting at a local school. He has suffered a personal tragedy which has links to the school shooting and he too has an interesting past with a football accident which entails him to have some autistic tendencies helpful in solving the crime. His character has depth and is very likeable as you sympathise with his loss and person he has become. When you start reading this you will keep reading wanting to know whether be becomes a victim or a winner so pick up a copy of this book and see what happens.......
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    It was ok

    Like the title says, it was ok. Rather flat plot, characters, dialogues and "twists" that deserve to be surounded by quotation marks. Definitely won't be getting any more Amos Decker stories.
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