Happily married then husband gets killed in a bombing? Events leading up to husband's secrets, enough to keep you reading and reading until you realize you finished the book! Over a hundred chapters but chapters are short and you just keep turning the pages.
Written in a similar style to Patterson, this is a very good story line and characters you can grow attached to. The female is strong and stays pretty strong. It is a relevant story that you could imagine happening today. Fast paced and not so easy to solve in advance. I continue to enjoy this author and will keep him on my wish list.
I agree with the reviewer above, Cheri L. If I never hear the name "Charlie" again, it'll be too soon! Very good story, though. I figured I'd like Andrew Gross since I enjoyed the books he co-authored with James Patterson, and I was right. I actually think Andrew Gross does better on his own.
I really liked this book until the last CD or two. I then noticed that the characters constantly used the name of the person that they were speaking to in the dialogues. It got to be so annoying to me that I had a hard time following the story line as it was so distracting. Other than that, it was a good storyline.
I liked this book very much. Great suspense - the author wrote very well in keeping the suspense going - was not an easy book to guess the ending. So far, I have liked his individual books, and think he is a great partner with James Patterson.