The #1 New York Times bestselling author with 150 million copies sold worldwide returns with his next blockbuster thriller featuring FBI Agent Atlee Pine.
Baldacchino just gets better with each book and he has plenty of them. Each one is dynamite but this one takes the cake. Absolutely thrilling.
By spy 2
Wonderfully laid out story. Finally they come together!
By scrabble tile too
Amazing ... the best. I never read books this fast, but I couldn’t stop. Loved it!
Power packed scenes that were riveting to read.
By Mrs. Honey Gee
I stayed up until five in the morning trying to finish this last book in this series. Reading the words on the page is like seeing the action sequences in my mind! Totally exhilarating! All though this last book in the Atlee Pine series was hard to take in and sometimes a little unbearable to read through it was still so worth it! Great story telling an excellent read!
I was really looking forward to the book Mercy. Almost a year since the last book. It read like the story was written by someone else. It was slow, amateurish and three kidnappings! It is discouraging when you read a series and the author changes their style of writing. Same with Amos Decker series. It was good until Walk the Wire. Disappointed!!!
The book was well written and shows intelligence of thought and format. It is fiction, but I enjoyed the relationships between the characters.
By Mocha Dog
Very well written fun reading
I’ve really enjoyed this series. The action and added touch of danger had me turning the pages looking forward to how Attlee would get herself out trouble. Bringing it all together turned out to be heartwarming and bittersweet. Baldacci does a great job tying up all the loose ends. Hope there will be more, but it feels as if this may be the final book of the series. Now. More John Puller please.
A great entertaining series to read
I have enjoyed this Atlee Pine series. It is well written and captivating. His portrayal of characters and their messy lives, mistakes, betrayals, ugliness and forgiveness is real life at its worst and best. Well done Mr. Badacci!