House Divided Reviews
"This is a serviceable entry (after the excellent House Justice) in an overall superior series, but some of the edge and humor are missing this time around." - Library Journal
"Some stodgy exposition aside, the case moves at a nice clip and the manner and methods of the war within the war on terror are fascinating." - Kirkus Reviews
"Starred Review. Lawson creates multifaceted characters... The pacing is relentless, and Lawson's speculations about NSA's electronic spying capabilities are fascinating." - Booklist
"Starred Review. Readers will enjoy watching the smart, funny DeMarco, who's wise to the ways of Washington, as he extricates himself from one deadly threat after another." - Publishers Weekly
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