Here is a tale of deceit, bravery, imagination, and Big Brother. Ian Ludlow must work with his new-found friend, Margo French, to keep themselves alive for as long as it takes to remove themselves from the direct line of fire of the CIA. After thwarting off failed attempts on his life, Ludlow must go into hiding with Margo French; unfortunately, Big Brother is everywhere and can access your information from basically anything or anywhere. Being able to tap into his inner Clint Straker is the skill necessary for Ian to survive with Margo. After reading True Fiction, I can say that I feel better informed about some of the inner workings of the American government; whether that’s good or bad is not yet clear. After starting this story, I felt like it was go, go, go, from then on, and I loved that; there was no time to feel bored or disinterested. The story was relevant and interesting, and I would be very eager to read more Ian Ludlow thrillers in the future. I was a fan of his writing for the television show Monk and am now a fan of his present work.
|Page Count||267 pages|
|Publisher||Thomas & Mercer|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|