Zero Day by David Baldacci
This is my review of the book Zero Day by David Baldacci, which I have read recently. It is always interesting to note in a book the font size and the number of words per page. The version I had of this book, had quite a large font size and fairly few words per page compared to other books, so it was a big fat book, of over 600 pages, but I zoomed through it.
The hero of the story is John Puller, who is a top investigator with the US Army, and he is called to look into the death of a whole family that has high military connections.
The murder took place in an area known for it's mining activity, and very soon the body count is zooming upwards. Helping John is the local homicide detective Samantha Cole.
Family relations and things being not quite what they seem, make the story twist and turn on almost every page.
The story charges along as a roller coaster ride against time – Can they stop a very major disaster happening, and does have an unexpected twist at the end.
An enjoyable read as book 7 week 5 – fiction 7 (1 on audio) non fiction 0
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