by: David Baldacci
Genre: Fiction, Mystery, Crime
Review: Robert Puller has escaped from prison and there is an unidentified dead man in his cell. It may not be in his best interest, but there are some in the military ranks who believe that apprehending him alive is more likely with his brother on the case. John Puller is faced with his toughest case yet and his personal relationship with the felon only makes matters worse.
This book definitely saved my opinion of David Baldacci (The Puller series is my intro to his books). Although, I will say that the author still struggles with natural dialect at a couple of points. The Forgotten is full of action, suspense, and gives you a sense of “you can’t trust anyone” throughout. I have enjoyed John Puller’s character and like that Baldacci shows a softer side to him without losing his “kick buttedness”. Is that a word?