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 REDEMPTION (191 GRAND)

Ippi. Like most books you re currently reading this is the best David Baldacci book I have read the character Amos Decker is fascinating with his insights and success partly due to hiss condition He needs his infallible memory for this tale as there are characters than usual each one as interesting as the other The storyline is uite convoluted but resolves itself fairly and convincingly by the end There is gun play and fighting to keep the most avid lover of violence satisfied there is also some sadness and great friendships with the odd hero thrown in for balance all in all it is a book i d recommend to anyone A great read

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117. Like so many readers I have enjoyed the way author David Baldacci has crafted adventures around Detective Amos Decker Now with REDEMPTION we are able to see him deal with something that is not really part of his profile the possibility of being wrongThis book takes us into his grappling with the fact that he might have been instrumental in sending a man to prison that is actually innocent and with the clock racing against them both Decker goes back to either prove he was right or to right a wongThrough the book there are the usual interactions we have come to know with Decker and some of the other characters With Sally we get reminders of how he is viewed by others and even by himself But we also get the somber moments when he reflects on what he has lost and what really drives him the search for truthWill he be able to show he got it right or will he be allowed to free an innocent man and make sure a killer is brought to justice That is the road we travel in REDEMPTION and each chapter prepares you for the surprises that are to come


11 thoughts on “ REDEMPTION (191 GRAND)

  1. says:

    Like so many readers I have enjoyed the way author David Baldacci has crafted adventures around Detective Amos Decker. Now with REDEMPTION we are able to see him deal with something that is not really part of his profile: the possi

  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this latest outing in the Amos Decker series. I wasn't all that crazy about the last book in this series but this one than lived up to my expectations. There were a couple of clues in the book I sussed out before Decker (having to do with a print left behind at an old crime scene and something fishy about a diner that features heavily in this book). I'm not sure if that of a commentary about Baldacci's writing or that mayb

  3. says:

    I loved the previous four books in the memory man series. To me, this 5th book was a disappointment and not up to the usual Baldacci writing. Amos is back in his hometown of Ohio to visit his wife and daughter's graves. Once his partner, Jamison, leaves to return to the FBI, it is Amos and his old police partner trying to figure out a crime committed 10 years ago. The book added no new depth to the memory man

  4. says:

    Amos Decker is back in another solid offering from Baldacci. Many twists of plot with interesting villains to challenge all of Decker’s analytical abilities. Surprises abound in his small hometown as he pays his annual visit to the graves of his wife and daughter. Murders aplenty, treachery, lies and stonewalling adversaries keeps one’s interest till the mystery is solved.

  5. says:

    If you haven’t yet delved into the world of Memory Man’s main character, Amos Decker, you’re missing out! While each novel can be read as a standalone, for me it worked better to read from the first book to date. I enjoyed seeing how Amos was growing as an FBI agent and as a man who suffered a head injury via the NFL.
    The series introduces Amos when he returns home in book one titled, Memory Man, to le

  6. says:

    This is one of Baldacci's best.torn from the headlines of our news in the last 2 years. I can't remember the exact number, but, the govt. has given a huge number of foreign spies and assets in our country these days. It certainly is food for thought.

  7. says:

    Like most books you're currently reading this is the best David Baldacci book I have read, the character Amos Decker is fascinating with his insights and success' partly due to hiss 'condition'. He needs his infallible memory for this tale as there are characters than usual each one as interesting as the other. The storyline is qu

  8. says:

    like so many excellent writers, Mr Baldacci seems to gradually movetowards "the great novel" with depressing character analysis and endless desc

  9. says:

    I just could not get into this at all
    Long winded. Characters who are two dimensional. I struggled through to the end but it was a painful journey. One is tempted with a glimpse of a character's problem/situation whic

  10. says:

    Looked forward to starting the new book.Such brilliant writing.not disappointed kept you in your toes really enjoyed redemption just sorry I've finished it thank you

  11. says:

    I bought this because of the good reviews (note to self don't believe all the reviews) but it so disappointed. The principal character Decker with memory super powers and a friend who turns up to help him in a complex investigation is frankly beyond belief even for a novel. Over complicated with the most unlikely scenarios and outcomes.
    The author has attempted to make a pretty basic investigation into a big story and totally

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