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This is my third David Baldacci book and I've enjoyed them all. It's main strength is the personality of the lead character, Robbie, and his relationship with a fugitive young girl. The plot device used to bring them together is a bit thin, a chance encounter on a bus (I didn't know Americans still used busses) while they're both being chased by mysterious assassins. But the pace and narrative quality enable you to overlook minor improbabilities.
Overall Baldacci is a real craftsman and his cast of characters is both broad and interesting and, unusually, he manages to make them individually memorable so that you're not forever wondering - `Now which one's that?'
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