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This entry in the series is a bit of a departure from the usual murder and enters the realm of terrorism. It suffers from an abundance of overly large plot holes. In the normal course of events, that alone would be enough to make for a frustrating read, here we also get the occasional glimpse into the thoughts of those responsible. The result is the reader should be well ahead of the central characters, ahead in deducing a plot which doesn't make sense. A strange situation.
To some degree these are accusations which could be leveled at others in the series also, but this entry stands out.