I've been following Jeff Abbott since he's been writing mysteries, and I can say without reservations that he develops some of the most compelling characters I've ever met! I never start one of his books without allowing time to finish it in one reading. His newest outing introduces Luke Dantry, a psychology graduate student at the University of Texas. Luke's parents are dead, but he's very close to his step dad, whose Washington think tank works with the government to identify terrorist groups. As part of his research, Luke joins his stepfather's efforts.
Because this is a thriller, you know things will go wrong—terribly wrong. Abbott takes his readers on a roller coaster ride that must be experienced firsthand.
I'm not the only reader who wants to share this book. Check here for a review in the Dallas Morning News.
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