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Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Simple Genius by David Baldacci


This book deals with Sean King and Michelle Maxwell again, both ex-secret service agents. If you are into butt kicking women, you will love Michelle Maxwell. The CIA figures in here as well as a revolutionary war mystery. Baldacci seems to be following Patterson’s lead in very short chapters. I’ve got mixed feelings about these short chapters, speeds up the story but seems to truncate character development. Part of the book premise hits entirely too close to potential reality, a little uncomfortably so. Good story, I recommend it.

Body of work of David Baldacci

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