Rating: 3 Stars
File Size: 429 KB
Print Length: 304 pages
I read Final Vector by Allan Leverone as part of the Deadly Dozen: 12 Mysteries/Thrillers set.
Nick Jensen’s wife, a Pentagon auditor, dies in a car crash. Grieved, Nick enters her closet to get a sense of her and finds a mysterious file. Puzzled by it, he shows it to the police who call the FBI. It is discovered that the wife was murdered, as well as her coworker. Why?
Nick returns to work as an air traffic control in Boston. Since Nick is one of the best controller, he is asked to cover the night shift because the President is flying into town. While going for coffee, he spies three armed men. Unarmed, what can he do?
I liked that Allan Leverone, does not turn Nick into a Rambo type of guy, fighting all the terrorists by himself and saving the FAA facility. But how does it all end?
If you like to read about murder, conspiracy, and terrorism this book is a light read. This book is not complex, but a good light read.