Daylight, a review by Sherry

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David Baldacci

417 pages

Published November 17, 2020
Grand Central Publishing

I’ve been reading the Atlee Pine series from the beginning and I’m so drawn to the mystery surrounding her sister and every book I keep wondering if this is when we get find out what happened.  I don’t want to spoil it for you but her sister’s mystery is part of the story.  Yay!

In this installment there is a crossover when FBI agent Atlee Pine teams up with John Pullover, Army CID.  She stumbles across his investigation as she looks into a lead on what happened with her sister.  If you aren’t familiar with the series, Atlee is a twin and her sister was abducted when she was six years old. The whereabouts of her sister is still unknown and the abduction understandingly has shaped her life.

Atlee and Pullover team up for a wild ride looking into a global crisis.  And while that part of the story is fast paced with twists and turns, it was Atlee’s personal journey about her sister that I found most interesting. Baldacci is good at creating complex characters.  While this series isn’t his most popular, I like it for the strong female lead and the compelling story.


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