Book review: The whole truth by David Baldacci
In this review I cover the amazing book The Whole truth. A thrilling story of intrigue and suspense. Lets dive in.
Nicolas Creel heads up the world’s largest defense contractor, The Ares Corporation and has decided the only way the world is safe, is when two countries are equally pitted against each other in a cold war. To bring his plan to life he brings in Dick Pender, the owner of a Perception Management firm to create the perfect storm. Bringing Creel unimaginable wealth and his new world order.
Our hero a special operative named Shaw, is the guy you send in for insane and suicide missions. Shaw, is a loaner from childhood a truly unique past, and as lethal as he is honorable. But he want’s out of this deal with his handler Frank. Shaw has fallen in love, with a brilliant scholar and beautiful women named Anna that has softened his hard as stone heart. Anna, is part of a think tank group in London working with other geniuses on the BIG problems of world. Finding solutions and ideas to make the world a better place.
On a mission in Scotland to stop some very bad guys, Shaw’s path crosses a two-time Pulitzer prize-winning reporter, Katie James. Katie who almost died on her last big assignment which earned her, her last Pulitzer. Finds herself writing orbits for dignitaries instead of chasing the next big story. In Scotland covering another dignitary’s death she bumps into Shaw. But there is something about the way he moves that sparks her reporters six sense and she decides to follow him.
From this point the story is one fast paced roller-coaster ride of action, intrigue and suspense. It was hard for me to put this one down and it is on my read again list. On my scale of 1 to 5, 1 being don’t bother and 5 a true page turner. I give The Whole Truth a solid 5. This is a most read if you’re into action, intrigue and suspense. I’m sure you will enjoy.
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