Sunday, September 23, 2012

"I'm back in the saddle again." Sony lyrics

Ramsey Hunt is gunned down outside his home in San Francisco. As a judge, he was in the early stages of a murder trial for Clive and Cindy Cahill but things were delayed when the prosecuting attorney disappeared.

Ramsey is a close friend of FBI husband and wife team, Lacey Sherlock and Dillon Savich.

In this taut and stimulating plot, a back story is created when someone delivers a message to the FBI headquarters, addressed to Savich, "For what you did, you deserve this." No other explanation was enclosed.

FBI officials assume that this is in the relation to the shooting of Judge Hunt but, to be sure, go back to the records for the criminals that Sherlock and Savich have been responsible for convicting to see if these people recently finished their sentences and were released from prison.

 The central part of the story continues as the FBI tries to break down Clive and Cindy for their crime but the back story explodes and sets up the last part of the story in passionate suspense as one exciting and unpredictable scene follows another.

I enjoyed the story and found the characters and plot to be appropriately portrayed. There were a number of clever surprises that were entertaining and added to the pleasure in reading the story.

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