Can’t say this was ‘amazing’ but it’s very enjoyable read. The action pace was slower which is something I missed. However, when it comes to our hero, Daniel Sheperd, we’ve come to know a great deal about him professionally as well as his relationship with his kid. It’s great to see Sheperd trying to deal with his kid, who he always lets down by not being there for him. We also see Sheperd reaching his tipping point when a Bangladeshi family, he’s come to be friends with in his undercover operation, are sent to Guantanamo prison for forging UK passports.
Final Verdict: I liked this book mainly because it huge character development for Daniel Sheperd. And this is a series I plan to keep reading.