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As a pretty psychiatrist puzzles over the corners of Web's brain that kept him alive, Web himself stays on the move. He's certain that the ambush is connected to the prison escape of a neofascist leader, Ernest B. Free, whom he helped arrest five years earlier, and a series of new murders leads him to a Virginia horse farm and the driving force behind all the carnage. It may seem as though Baldacci gives away the mastermind too soon, but both the bad guys and the good guys are complex enough that there's plenty of punch all the way to the last page. --Barrie Trinkle
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He is one of my favourite authors, always a true to life gripping story. This book is one of his better!Published 1 month ago by email@example.com
I doubt I'll ever allow myself to be hypnotyized. great story line and keeps the reader anticipating the next move.
This was my first Baldacci book, and it is still my favorite. It is a very exciting book and the information you get on Hostage Rescue Team and FBI in general is fun to read... Read morePublished on April 22 2004 by Amazon Customer
This is the first book I've read by this author. I'm currently obsessively craving "thriller" mysteries, and this one "hit the spot". Read morePublished on April 16 2004 by Vanessa Larkspur
To finish up my troika of weekend reading, I completed the book Last Man Standing by David Baldacci. This was recommended to me by Chris Miller, and he was right... Read morePublished on Feb. 22 2004 by Thomas Duff
What a waste of time and money; we bought the CD version and this served to highlight the moronic dialogue and the ludicrous plot. Read morePublished on Feb. 14 2004
Not only was this book a waste of time-it was a lot of time. I kept plowing through it hoping it would get better, but it just never did. Read morePublished on Jan. 28 2004 by Susang
This book was really good, once you have opened it you aren't going to want to close it. There is so much action you won't want to close it. Read morePublished on Jan. 19 2004 by kasie bird