Hell’s Corner by David Baldacci (♦♦♦)
Britain’s MI6 bring onboard Mary Chapman, one of its best field agents, to aid in the investigation, after all, the PM could have been a target in the attack. Chapman and Stone pair up with the backing of some administration’s higher ups. However, they soon run into a lot of trouble since their opponents prove to be more cunning and deceptive than anyone ever anticipated.
This book is an easy read. Its greatest strength is also its greatest weakness: the investigation takes two steps back for every step forward; thus, it is easy getting tired of being out of the loop. Fortunately, Baldacci manages to reel in the reader enough to keep him/her reading despite of it. I did like this book, but I think the solution to the case was somewhat silly. I’ve read other books by David Baldacci, namely The Winner and Split Second, which were top notch.
Definitely this book is not the best this author can offer.