As with all of the John Cory books I thoroughly enjoyed this one. My only criticism is that I wish the author had spent a little more time fleshing out the Panther character a little better. My opinion is that the character in the Lyon was more enjoyable to me because I felt I know him more personally due to the efforts of the author. Never the less I thoroughly enjoyed the Panther and I have recommended it to my friends. As with all the other John Cory books Scott Brick does a masterful job of bringing all the characters in the story to life. I continue to be a Nelson DeMille/Scott Brick fan.
This one may even be a little better than the first books. It does require careful attention to the story line because it can change rapidly from a back story to a parallel one. I found it best not to try to listen to this while driving. It requires too much concentration and can become a distraction when driving. Over all a terrific story and as with many of the Nelson DeMille books Scott Brick does a masterful job of bringing all the characters to life.
Certainly more convenient however having not read the print version I cannot compare.
The extent that those in power will go to in order to bend or even ignore the limitations on their power set down by the framers' of the Constitution.
No favorite scene
I was enlightened by the entire book and feel strongly that everyone who cares about the way our government functions should read this book; political party notwithstanding.
Rachel always provides fair clear, well researched and fact checked information and I certainly was not disappointed in her endeavor to do so in this book. I thoroughly enjoyed it and have been recommending it to my friends and aquaintances'.
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