Long Shadows: From the number one bestselling author (Amos Decker series Book 7)
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He saw betrayal in her features, but that might have been due to his own sense of guilt placing it there.
Long Shadows: From the Sunday Times number one bestselling
This is a terrific addition to a wonderful series, it was great to see Decker begin to connect with White, comprehending that it is the human connections that make life worth living. There had been sadness exchanged on the loss of a life well known to them, a grudging acceptance of the choice made, and of the motive behind it. I do not tolerate idiots or laziness or bullshit, and I encounter way more of all three than I need to right here at the Bureau.Amos Decker has evolved and helped readers know him a little better, but there is a great deal of change for the behemoth in this piece, which takes the story down to the humid climate of Florida.
Long Shadows by David Baldacci - Pan Macmillan
We already knew Jamison and how she has slowly worn-down Decker’s rough anti-social personality over the last three books or so. While White was still in her black suit with the white shirt, Decker had on khakis and a faded dark blue sweatshirt. He suffered a major head injury during his short NFL career that left him with perfect memory and synesthesia.He leaned back against the wall and let gravity transport his big body down to the floor, similar to the one on which Lancaster’s corpse was now lying. It was easy to immerse yourself in her background, her family and career struggles, and I especially loved her Tae Kwon Do skills that definitely earned Decker’s respect. Their first job together is finding out who killed judge Julia Cummins and her bodyguard Alan Draymont.
Long Shadows | David Baldacci | 9781529061895 | NetGalley Long Shadows | David Baldacci | 9781529061895 | NetGalley
He stopped and struggled to come up with more sympathetic words; it was a task that would have been easy for his old self, and nearly impossible for his current one.
Decker eyed numerous former colleagues from the local police force, who all stared dourly at the ground.