Monday, April 30, 2007

Simple Genius

In Simple Genius David Baldacci appears to have picked up where he left his readers after Hour Game. I'm glad this was my second Baldacci thriller to read - it wasn't as scary as Hour Game, but it was as interesting, following the lives and activities of former Secret Service member Michelle Maxwell, and lawyer Sean King. This time they're in Tidewater Virginia snooping around a couple of secret compounds investigating the murder (suicide?) of a brilliant scientist/genius. The CIA, FBI and several other secret agencies are involved in a sort of spy/counter-spy activity. The quick turn-arounds of good guy/bad guy who's who makes for fun reading. It was a quick and entertaining read - perfect for the brink of summer.



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