This is not a long or complex novel, but it is a fast-paced one as a chiropractor and his girlfriend get caught up in a pharma industry scandal. She is murdered and he ends up on the run.
As with many similar novels, it is reasonable to ask why our protagonist doesn't turn to, or co-operate with, the police. Of course, if he did, we'd be without the novel.
There are some twists and turns to keep interest levels up, but it really is only the pace which makes the book work. There is nothing really flash in the writing and the story's core is pretty basic. The protagonist aside, Davison also doesn't do too much with his characters - and there are way too many of them, I might add.
An easy to read, fast-paced novel, but one which doesn't offer anything new or different. 7/10