'It's too bad Tanenbaum has overstuffed his latest thriller:
somewhere beneath the layers of fat there's a svelte, snappy story.' - PW.
'Most of the characters in this installment are so broadly drawn and their
allegiances so black and white that it's pretty obvious how things will end
up.' - Kirkus.
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Rated of 5
Not what I would have expected
Obviously a little behind in my reading as I've just finished Fury. Aproximately a quarter of the way through I knew this was far from one of Tanenbaum's best. Have enjoyed him in the past but his characters get more and more ridiculous and unreal. His knowledge of the law kept me interested for half the book the remaining I skipped through and found the ending exactly what I expected. Have to remove his name from the list of authors that keep me entertained. Mmmm wonder why no other reviews are listed?
Editor's Note: For a possible answer to Maureen's quandary, see Michael Gruber's biography!