His very first legal client is gunned down in a Mexico City hotel, and Sam barely dodges a bullet himself. Suddenly on everyone's most-wanted list - brutal hit men, hostile cops, relentless FBI agents, and even an infamous assassin - he doesn't have the luxury of finding out why.
When Sam's girlfriend is dragged into the fray by a kidnapper, Sam would do anything to save her life. The catch? He's got only twenty-four hours to do it...but any number of ways to die.
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By shelley on 20-09-17
Think William Tell Overture...
If you liked the first book The Tracker, then you should really get this one. The action begins right away with Sam Callahan (fresh out of law school) hanging off of a fourth floor balcony trying to escape the assassin who had just murdered his new client and now wants to kill him.
At the same time his girlfriend Natalie (a journalist) is meeting with a whistleblower (she thinks) who instead turns out to be a kidnapper. Next thing she knows she's in the back of a van with a black bag over his head. At first she thinks it's about a story she's working on but soon realizes it's all about Sam.
Meanwhile Sam's mom is once again battling leukemia. At the same time Sam is told that he has 24 hours to find an attorney from New Orleans who may be the father he never met or Natalie dies.
At first I thought "Wow,deja vu!", this really resembles the first book but that's where the similarities end. This author is proving that he is more than a one hit wonder and this series has tons of potential. The writing style is great, the characters are well developed and the plot is complex enough to keep your attention with out becoming confusing.
I won't go into anymore of the story as I don't want to spoil this for anyone.
This book has my HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION!
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By Douglas Van Aartsen on 21-10-17
Great Story Horrible ending
This is second in a series. The ending is not reasonable. It misrepresents what would be done. It does not fit with the character. It made me regret reading a book I had thoroughly enjoyed up to that time.
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