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Walk the Wire: An Amos Decker Novel 6: The Sunday Times Number One Bestseller Paperback – 27 October 2020
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A town with a secret.
A lone hunter discovers the remains of a woman in North Dakota's Badlands. She appears to have had a post-mortem performed on her reminiscent of those only seen on TV shows - but this time, there was no slab, morgue or camera in sight.
A victim without a past.
The reason why Irene Cramer's death merits an FBI investigation becomes rapidly clear when key questions surface about her mysterious past. Little is known about this school teacher, where she came from or her true identity. She clearly had something to hide.
A hero with a unique skill.
FBI investigator, Amos Decker and his colleague, Alex Jamison, are summoned to seek answers in the local community of London, North Dakota, which sits at the very heart of the fracking industry. Enriched with oil money, jealousy and a deep-set rivalry lie beneath a veneer of glitz and opulence.
Decker soon realizes that the nearby 'eye in the sky', the Air Force Station, may hold the vital clues and that this town holds secrets so explosive that they could destabilize the entire country . . .
A mile-a-minute read that proves once again why David Baldacci has readers the world over flocking for more -- Jane Harper
Alternately chilling, poignant, and always heart-poundingly suspenseful -- Scott Turow
David Baldacci is one of the all-time best thriller authors -- Lisa Gardner
- Publisher : Pan (27 October 2020)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 624 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1509874542
- ISBN-13 : 978-1509874545
- Reading age : 18 years and up
- Dimensions : 13 x 4.1 x 19.6 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 79,080 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The dialogue and plot progression was almost childish. It felt like the book was aimed at 12 year olds.
The climate change mantra was just annoying.. leave it out!
The ending was unbelievable.. facts never implied or disclosed prior suddenly emerged, the whole thing tied up with a ribbon on top.
It feels like the author was writing to a formula and basically just "phoning it in".
Maybe I've been spoiled by my recent forays into John Sandford and John Connolly.. I don't know.
Overall, I'll be thinking twice before buying the next Baldacci book.
Complex with two interwoven but separate plots, solved by more than one or two of Baldacci's hero's and heroines, still a very enjoyable read and real plots. Difficult to put down, but atbtimes too complex for a light read.
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You can do better, David
Loved all the previous Decker stuff but this is woeful. If this was my first read in the series, it would be my last.