The Eighth Sister by Robert Dugoni took a bit for me to get into, but once I did, it became quite the page-turner. This book is different from his Tracy Crosswhite crime novels, but still in the same vein regarding suspense, drama, and heart-pounding action.
The storyline of an ex-CIA agent back in play had many twists and turns, keeping me on my toes of what guessing and rethinking characters and the plot line.
The theme of the book is very relevant for this time in our world and learning about Russian and CIA operatives was quite enlightening.
A good, solid book that is well-written.