Like most of the Robert Dugoni books I have read, I enjoyed this one, but . . . it wasn't as good as the others. Almost from the beginning I was sure of "who done it," the main mystery being how David Sloan could be the hero he usually is in the face of that suspicion. And maybe I wasn't paying close enough attention, but at least one scene where multiple characters from other Dugoni books converge was confusing and lacking sufficient basis.