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Best thriller I've read in years!
Reviewed in the United States on March 30, 2020
I read a lof of books, including many thrillers. Many of them follow the same, rather predictable pattern. But every now and then there is a thriller with an interesting twist, an interesting premise. Michael Ledwidge's Stop At Nothing is not that kind of thriller. To be honest, I was intrigued because I have read all of his collaborations with James Patterson, but the story seemed to be rather predictable. The story's main character witnesses a airplane going down and finds a lot of cash. Hmm, sounds like A Simple Plan redone...
I was so wrong. This is a high-octane, unputdownable, page-turner if I've ever seen one. The book's structure is like Patterson's books, with close to 100 short chapters and a focus on the story. But it is better than anything published by Patterson in years! Actually, it is the best thriller I have read in years, and that includes books by Patterson, Baldacci, Finder, Deaver and Grisham. I won't spoil the story, but if you're looking for an exciting, fast-paced story with a believable protagonist, look no further. With this book (hopefully, the first in a long series!), Michael Ledwidge proves that he is one of the best thriller writers out there.