John Brighton is convinced his ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend is cheating on her so he follows him to get proof. Maybe he thinks this will get them back together, he does still love her. What he witnesses is a shoot-out on the banks of the Hudson River and John ends up the suspect in five murders. What happens next can only be described as a wild ride.
I had a hard time keeping the players straight in this book, first one person has two names, second you never know who is running things. People are not what they appear to be and bodies keep dropping. It was like Hamlet, everybody dies. Well not EVERYBODY.
This book didn’t live up to the hype for me. Some suspension of what you know to be true is often necessary when a reading a novel, but this book took it too far in my opinion. Plus the fact that none of the characters, even the good guys were likable. I won’t even go into the WTF? ending.
In short, I didn’t hate this book, but I seriously doubt I will read anymore by this author.