- Pan Macmillan
- Publication Date:
- 05 July 2012
- Crime, Thrillers and Mystery
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The story was a bit different than most and the main character was not so heroic that he was unbelievable. Recommend it highly.
This is a wonderful imitation of Lee Child's Jack Reacher. Sure there are differences--Pullar has a cat--AWOL, Pullar is still in the Army--CID. But Pullar and Reacher are both big bad asses; they both have a weakness for defencless females. Pullar saves the life of a poor old lady motel owner he hardly knows. The biggest likeness is Pullar's self confidence when facing huge odds--especially at the end of the book with six big guys. This is a wonderful Baldacci book and we can only pray that this is just the beginning of many Pullar thrillers.
I really did like listening to the audio of this new book by Baldacci. I enjoyed the suspense even though I did pretty much guessed who done it.
First I have to admit that I am a huge David Baldacci fan. However, that does not mean that I cannot be critical of his writing. But this is not the book as I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I think it's one of the writer's best work yet.
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