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by David Baldacci
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Irresponsible Reader
Irresponsible Reader rated it 2 years ago
Whoops -- it's been two and a half years since I read the first volume in the series -- I really meant to get back to it sooner. Oh well, better late than etc., etc. I don't have much to say about this, but I have a few thoughts. This picks up a few months after Split Second, the partnership betwe...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 3 years ago
King and Maxwell are back and they're dealing with a serial killer, and many, many red herrings along the way.
Living Thousands of Lives
Living Thousands of Lives rated it 4 years ago
I picked up this series because of the King and Maxwell TV show which I really enjoyed, however I am finding what I liked about the show is lacking in the books.First the good. Baldacci has me guessing and questioning throughout the entire novel. The twistedness of the villain is realistic and scary...
My Own Little Corner
My Own Little Corner rated it 6 years ago
A serial killer styled his murders after previous serial killers methods. King and Maxwell solved the case. I like the style of writing and the way the author is able to have twists so the solution to the case isn't completely obvious. I do have a problem with how King does not tell Michelle wha...
Ami's Hoard
Ami's Hoard rated it 6 years ago
This time King & Maxwell were involved with serial murders in their town, Wrightsburg, Virginia, while helping a lawyer friend (Harry) who had a client accused of robbery at Battles' residence. At first, the serial murders seemed to be copycat of works from infamous serial killers (The Zodiac, Son o...
Bev Rowden's Blog
Bev Rowden's Blog rated it 6 years ago
What a surprise this book was... There was so many twists and turns and suspense... I kept thinking ok it has to be this person due to the evidence but in the end it was never what you ever expected! I recommend if you like suspense and a book to try and figure out ... This is the one ...
Retiredbear
Retiredbear rated it 6 years ago
A great novel and I really liked King and Maxwell. First is the plot. I was completely surprised by the "bad" person in the hood. I never would have guessed who it was. Baldacci has written a very deep and complex (not complicated) book. I simply want to read more of his books.The characters we...
Momster Bookworm
Momster Bookworm rated it 7 years ago
Unlike the first book in the series, which was about secret service presidential candidate protection detail gone wrong, this one is a serial killer whodunit. If I drew a chart to illustrate the plot, it would look something like this: gradient slope (for ongoing investigation), steep (and short) in...
GizmosReviews
GizmosReviews rated it 9 years ago
Sean King and Michelle Maxwell are two former Secret Service agents turned private investigators who are hired to prove a man's innocence in a domestic burglary involving an aristocratic after a woman is found murdered in the woods. On her wrist is a watch set to one O’clock. There follows a series ...
Barbara1951
Barbara1951 rated it 11 years ago
First Sean/Michelle book I read. Not impressed.
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