I won't bother with the recap as most other reviewers have already done it.
Suffice it to say that Sean Drummond is back.
This thriller left me strangely unhappy. While there was nothing wrong with the premise of the storyline and the nice little detours it took (just when you thought you had it figured out), I felt as though the main character (Sean) was kind of a farce in this book.
He was far from being deep in any meaningful way and the wise-cracks did not ring true for me.
The storyline was a nice touch though and had me guessing to the end.
While I did not hate this book, it just was not as tight and engrossing as the previous Haig books.
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