Saturday, June 29, 2013

Book #39–Pursuit of Honor

51nhxPoSdsL._BO2,204,203,200_PIsitb-sticker-arrow-click,TopRight,35,-76_AA300_SH20_OU01_A re-read, and the last Rapp one I’ll read for a bit. Not in my list for some reason.

Pursuit of Honor is part 2 from Extreme Measures. It’s weeks after the attack in DC and the terrorists are on the run. There are three left and a lot of the book is their story as they split, and the Karim proves unpredictable, but we see Hakim starting to regret his role and wants to move on.

Rapp is still investigating. I thought this would be where Nash starts to take over for Rapp, much like Virgil Flowers in the Lucas Davenport series (John Sandford). However that’s not the direction. Nash gets outed, and promoted, moving away from operations.

Rapp continues to pursue the terrorists, and once again puts pieces together no one else does. It’s well written though, and doesn’t feel forced.

A good read, but make sure you read Extreme Measures first.

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