This book was not as well done as some of the previous books in this series.
I felt the author spent far too much time talking about the political structure of the countries involved in the case Madriani was working on.
I kept wishing there had been more action such as was in ‘Guardian of Lies’ and ‘The Judge’
All that having been said, I still enjoyed the book and felt it was worth reading.
Character development was good, and I was able to care about the characters as I read.
I wish there had been a bit more of Paul’s daughter and his lover from the previous book in this series as the author spent a lot of time in the last book developing those characters and making us, the reader care about them.
All and all this was a pretty good book and if you’re reading the series I’d recommend you read.
I read this book from the National Library For the Blind and Physically Handicap Talking-Book service, and the narration was OK.
FROM NLS: (National Library Services For the Blind and Physically Handicap
The enemy inside: a Paul Madriani novel DB82266
Martini, Steve. Reading time: 14 hours, 0 minutes.
Read by Patrick Downer.
Mystery and Detective Stories
Attorney Paul Madriani takes the traffic-fatality case of his daughter’s friend. Journalist Alex Ives has no memory of being in the accident that killed an attorney in the other car–and is shocked to learn that she is one of the subjects of his current assignment. Violence and some strong language. 2015.
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