I guarantee anyone who picks up this book won't be disappointed with the story, but you may be a little surprised... It is certainly not typical of Deaver, in fact in a strange way, more Harlen Coben!
The story is set over a period of 24 hours and sees the two main characters trying to escape the men trying to kill them. The pace is fast and the characters well written. Unlike most other books by Deaver, I think there are a few clues to help the reader work out who the bad guys are, but again Deaver manages to keep the reader in suspense until the end.
Most of the story is located in a National Park, and I wondered how a book could possible be filled and kept interesting just centering on the flight of people trying to escape hit me. Deaver, as ever, doesn't disappoint.
This is a real change from all other Deaver books I have read, lacking any of the forensics or characters that have made him famous, but as usual, Deaver has written a fantastic page turner.