I know that I have already read First Family by David Baldacci and reading Split Second is reading them in the wrong order. But prequels are all the rage. This book gives the story of how our two detectives start working together.I did not think that it mattered that I had read a book that comes later in the series before reading this book.
The two heroes of the story are Sean King and Michelle Maxwel and they both were working for the Presidential Protection Service when things go wrong on their respective watch's. Even though there is an eight year gap between events, it comes to light that they are linked together, and the plot weaves an intricate pattern slowly revealing how.
The story evolves, like slowly peeling back the skin of an onion, and manages to keep one guessing right to the end. The only thing that is certain is that our heroes will be OK, even though everyone is out to get them as we know they are in the next book.
An enjoyable read as book 35 week 24 fiction 33 (9 on audio) non fiction 2
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