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A Delicate Truth
by John LeCaree
Published in 2013 (I finished it on October 18, 2017)

It’s a fun spy novel, though a little awkward in structure. Certainly, it rings of truth from start to finish and does challenge the government’s problem with covering up mistakes. The story just seems a bit too level for too much of it, so when the climax arrived, it was quite hard to tell. And when it ended, it was satisfying to some degree, but not terribly exciting.

That said, I still like it and listening (it was an audiobook for me) to the first section a second time helped a lot.

Great characters and some good tense moments at times. An adequate work–just not his best.

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