Yes. With Meacham still living, Herrman has all the guidance he might need, should he have varied from the author's intent.
The insight into Jefferson's life to better understand the forces which effected him.
Yes, because of the enhanced entertainment value and ease of assimilation.
The rest of the Stephen Hunter library and Tom Clancy's work because of the intensity of action.
Gigante has a marvelous range of voice and emotion at his disposal; on several occasions I had to refresh my memory to ensure that he was the only performer on this recording.
Yes. When the mother struck back at the gunman with her weighted purse. The build up and placement of that "moment" gave it the full force which Gigante exploited to its fullest advantage.
Unlike many of Hunter's stories, this one lacks the level of complexity, the twists and turns I've come to expect since reading "Point of Impact". This was almost entirely "shoot 'em up" against a very simple plot. However, I got the distinct impression that friend Hunter is setting us up for another, much more complex story due to the open issues remaining at the end of the book. All I can say is, "Keep 'em comin'!!!"
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