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Saving Faith by David Baldacci
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Jul 11, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: 2009-reads, mystery-thrillers

This wasn’t bad. I have to say though, the first 300 pages were a bit slow. I also found it hard to like the characters. But the last 200 pages were very good. The story is about the FBI and CIA and their abuse of power. Faith Lockhart is caught in the middle of a “sting”. Her boss has been illegally bribing political officials in Washington for a good cause. One of the heads of CIA has caught wind of this bribery and gets involved. His idea of how to handle it is a lot more dangerous than anyone has ever thought. And what he didn’t count on was Lee Adams, the PI hired to watch over Faith. This is a very interesting story that involves the FBI and CIA and of course politics. It makes you wonder if this really happens. If it does, our government is no better than any other. I have read several Baldacci works. This is up there at the top of the list as one of my favorites by him.
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Linda I concur with your review. The slow start though is the reason for the 3 stars I gave it.

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