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Zero Day by David Baldacci
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Nov 30, 2011

really liked it
Read from November 30 to December 12, 2011

Zero Day is likely the newest series introduction by Baldacci. It is an overall good read. John Puller is an Army investigator, called in to investigate the death of a colonel and his family in rural West Virginia. There is much more than what it seems, and with the help of local sheriff Samnatha Cole, they try to find the truth. There is an interesting group of locals, to the wealthy baron of the coal industry, a disgraced former marine trying to make amends, and Cole's seemingly detached brother. Puller has his own unique qualities from Oliver Stone or Sean King or Shaw, yet one can still count on the relentless pursuit of what is right and just. The climax to the story seemed farfetched and unrealistic (Puller's brother who sits in jail convicted of treason should not have full clearance to assist with any investigation). However, the last twist is heartwrenching, and will change Puller's life forever. Looking forward to more about Puller.
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