The latest of Gregg Hurwitz's novels featuring US Marshall Tim Rackley gets off to a slightly slower start than some of the others; in fact the action doesn't really start getting intense until about a third of the way through the book. Keep reading, though, it's worth it. One word of advice for new readers: if you haven't read the previous three volumes already, read those first, and THEN read this; the experience will be much richer if you know the characters and their pasts better (though you'll still be able to follow the events fine). The ending is, as one can expect from a Tim Rackley novel, extremely satisfying. Hurwitz gives bad guys their comeuppance beautifully. Hurwitz still has yet to top The Program, but this is easily as good as Troubleshooter or the Kill Clause.
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