End Game by David Baldacci; 2017; $29.00; Grand Central Publishing, New York, NY; 978-1-4555-8660-8; checked out from Multnomah County Library, Troutdale; 2/8/19-2/12/19
Why did I read this? Because David Baldacci and his characters engage me in such a way that I am interested in constantly reading more of their adventures.
Will Robie and Jessica Reel have been become fond of their boss, known as Blue Man. When Blue Man goes missing in a small Colorado town the head of their agency details them to go and find him. When they get to Blue Man’s hometown they begin to discover much they didn’t know about their boss. They encounter preppers, white supremacists, and people who just want to be left alone among others. People turn out not to be who they seem to be and their are shifting alliances. Reel and Robie put their particular skills to use to investigate and rescue Blue Man along with a whole host of others. Feelings between Robie and Reel come to the forefront and make their status with the agency unknown.
What is with the title of the review? Reel and Robie’s relationship with each has progressed to a point that I am unsure of how the series will continue. It will be interesting where their creator takes them next.