This is the fourth and final book in the Atlee series. I felt like this book tried to be too much. It felt like the author knowing that this is the end of the series just tried to escalate the tension by throwing a little bit of everything at it in some type of thriller hodgepodge soup. I enjoyed the book but it was not as compelling to finish as all of the previous Baldacci books have been. As such, if you read the first three I recommend finishing the series. However just realize that you will have to swallow a pill of “oh yeah, well it gets worse from almost nowhere” I think I would have liked it better have he simply wrote two novellas instead of one novel trying to be two different things.

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