Well written, edge of your seat suspense....Loved it!
Although not as enjoyable as the Jane Whitefield series by Thomas Perry, this is a solid and suspenseful story. It moves quickly and shifts perspectives regularly to keep things interesting.
Too drawn out, at times it was just boring trying to get through a page just because it wasn't interesting to the point of being boring. By half way you can skip lots of chapters and just get close to the end and you'll find out all you need to know, I learned to do that when a book is just too boring by the middle to continue to read every page.
I gave it a 3 rating just because I think it was a good story but not put together very well and certainly didn't keep me in suspense or on the edge of my chair.
I'll start with, I love Thomas Perry. I've read most everything he's written. His stories are consistently enjoyable, and always keep you guessing as to what is really going on. Dead Aim is a little more predictable, however, Perry makes up for that by increasing the action level to new heights. If you like Perry, you will, indeed, like this one. Highly recommended.