Stupendous story! Well written, well narrated and totally engaging! The characters are so believable you wonder if this really happened.
The review I mistakenly wrote for Lee Child is meant for Stuart Woods. The Affair lived up to its buildup and reputation whereas Lee Child now writes trash.
Lee Child's writing which is spiraling downwards quickly is insulting to any adult reading his work.
The book moves at an agonizingly slow pace. It's apparent up front what the ending is. And not much scenery.
One of her best! Detective Guido Brunetti is someone you'd love to have espresso with!
Why was it so drawn out? Could have been so much better with a lot of editing.
Hard to believe that Tom Clancy of previous Sean Dillon novels is the same author of this one!
Connelly has written a book which has so many flaws in it it is like Swiss Cheese! The book is insulting to the reader.
The actions and words of Barrington are preposterous. The dialogue is trite. There are so many flaws in the plot I'm surprised the publishers let it all pass.
This book is agonizingly slow to read. The story is good but overall it is loaded with minutiae unnecessarily.
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