3, Dana Cutler Series
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Deadly intrigue, breathtaking twists, and exhilarating suspense await in the third book of Phillip Margolin’s New York Times bestselling Washington Trilogy. Hot on the heels of Supreme Justice, Margolin delivers another heart-pounding thriller featuring private investigator Dana Cutler and lawyer Brad Miller, who are forced by a terrorist attack on a football stadium—and by the escape of Executive Privilege’s convicted serial killer Clarence Little—to follow a sinister trail of lies, treachery, and betrayal into an unexpected new arena: the U.S. Congress.
“Phillip Margolin knows how to pack in the thrills.” —Tess Gerritsen
From Publishers Weekly
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Great reading....will keep you in suspense
Who wrote this trash?
I have read several of Margolin's books. His previous books have been enjoyable. This was clearly an exception. After 300 or so pages I couldn't take any more. Poorly written, predictable plot with ridiculous characters. It has to be pretty bad to put it down after 300 pages, and it was!
Didn't get it
Ultimately, the book got interesting with about 30 pages left. It skipped around so much that I had a real hard time following it and the book seemed to be written with so much filler just to fill pages that it was really hard for me to read. I'm one of those that can't start another book until I'm finished with what I'm reading and this one took me about 4 weeks. It was almost a chore to read it.