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    Great

    Another spellbinder from Baldacci. Could not put it down till I finished. Loved the book and also the coming together of two great teams. Waiting for the next
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    Compulsive read

    As always, a supremely satisfying read, featuring some of the authors best loved characters. As always there is enough detailed plotting to keep the most avid reader intrigued and desperate for answers. This book is topical, timely and relevant today. I have read numerous of this authors books and have never been disappointed, this time is not different. A definite 5 star read. Thanks to netgalley and the publishers for an ARC in return for an honest review.
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    Typisch Baldacci, zij het wat lichter en zwakker.

    Amos Decker is een atypische held, bijna zelfs anti-held, wat de serie origineel en aantrekkelijk maakt. In dit laatst verschenen deel, voert de schrijver evenwel zijn meer “conventionele superhelden” Will Robie en Jessica Reel op, wat me tegenviel. De setting in North Dakota levert sommige interessante wetenswaardigheden op, net zoals de fracking industrie en de comune Anabaptist brothers. Dit is werkelijk boeiend, intrigerend. Maar de auteur gebruikt multipele verhaallijnen, met verschillende “helden”, waardoor je soms letterlijk de draad kwijt raakt. Het gaf me ook de indruk dat de complexiteit eerder dient om de vrij lichte en soms voorspelbare verhaallijnen (of plots) te verdoezelen. Dit is een Baldacci, goed geschreven met vaart en met de nodige ups en downs. Het is niet zijn beste werk, maar het blijft goed te smaken litteratuur. Ik bleef wat op mijn honger, daarom direct naar zijn andere nieuwe roman met Atlee Pine in de hoofdrol, “A minute to midnight”. 🤷‍♂️😉
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    Too many sub plots

    I really enjoy Baldacci’s books but this one just had to many sub plots. The story line also seem rushed at the end, as if a conclusion had to be found.
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    Walk the Wire

    I love all of David Baldacci's books, but Amos and Alex are fantastic together, they are sent to London, North Dakota, to help solve a murder, and as they are working on the murder, there comes some help from another of David's Characters I won't say as it will spoil the story. Once you start this story you just can't put it down until its finished.

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