By: Phillip Margolin
Review: To Dana Cutler, her new assignment was typical, yet somewhat mysterious. Who was Charlotte Walsh and what did this college girl do that
warranted such an investigation? Why was Dana given orders to send text and voice-mail messages to an anonymous cell phone, from a throwaway phone, that could not be traced? And why was her boss, himself, maintaining utmost secrecy on this case, not even telling her the name of his client?
Dana is the best at what she does. No one ever gets away from her and no one ever knows they are being investigated. Her ability to get in and get out with pictures and other forms of evidence has kept her in consistent work. Her ability to get the job done also created problems. Her own secrets were classified, yet they manage to invade her everyday life like the hell that caused them.
At first the case was just plain boring. Charlotte Walsh appeared to be a typical college student who just happened to volunteer in political campaigns. Walsh’s private life, however proved to be anything but boring. Black limousines whisked her away to hidden locations that were so well guarded they gave Dana second thoughts about her own abilities.
Brad Miller, was a novice attorney working his first job. His position demanded long hours and almost slave like servitude to his mentor in the firm. The work was boring and mundane. The chance of a screw up was high. The potential for advancement was equally high. He kept to the job at hand and tried to please. The woman he reported to was anything but complimentary, nor was she ever pleased with his work. Others in the firm took pity on him, but secretly thanked their Gods that they didn’t report to her.
When Brad Miller was given the case of serial killer Clarence Little, his life took an abrupt change in direction. Why was he given this case? And why did he find himself so involved in the life of Little? All he was supposed to do was write a brief showing that Little’s request for acquittal, on one the many killings he already confessed to, was unsupported. But Brad found something in Little’s words that had him thinking differently.
When Dana Cutler uncovers a Top Secret incident, she becomes the hunted.
When Brad Miller uncovers another body linked to serial killer Clarence Little, his life becomes a living hell.
How do these two seemingly unconnected situations get the FBI, Secret Service and The President of The United States involved?
Frankly, I enjoy reading thrillers and found this one to be interesting, well written, and so suspenseful that I didn’t want to shut my Kindle. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Click the book to go to Amazon.
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