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    Well-written but superficial mystery plot

    PLOT OR PREMISE: A woman witnesses an armed robbery at a truck stop, and as the FBI closes in on the robbers, they worry that the woman saw too much. . WHAT I LIKED: The story is told from the perspective of four groups -- the woman who saw the robbers, Lisa; a journalist digging for the story, Jack; the robbers themselves; and the FBI agent hunting them, Frank. The story jumps from person to person, which is great for seeing the different aspects of the investigation vs. home life. Short chapters, kind of Patterson-style, keep the action moving. . WHAT I DIDN'T LIKE: The short chapters seem a bit too jumpy in places, and the constant PoV shift isn't even. The journalist is good, but the backstories for the witness and the FBI agent are overkill. Past losses, current illnesses, everything reads a bit more soap opera-ish than mystery novel. And the final motive for the robbery is ridiculous. . DISCLOSURE: I received no compensation in exchange for this review, but I did receive it in a gift bag at a writing event. I am not personal friends with the author, nor do I follow him on social media.

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