The Nearest Exit {book 2 in the Milo Weaver trilogy}

olenThis book is the second in the trilogy about former CIA spy Milo Weaver. I liked the first book better but this was a pretty good read.

The first part of the book had me turning pages but when they introduced the German agent I felt it started to drag a bit.  Nothing that would make me abandon the book and I admit once the character was “flashed out” I enjoyed it more.  You definitely want to start with the first book in the series and I certainly look forward to the last book to wrap it up.  Like the Bourne Identity – you want to make that journey from the beginning of Milo’s story to the end.

Good character development from the first book and this second story picked up smoothly from the first.  If you are a fan of espionage you may like this book.  Hoping it becomes a movie!

I received this complimentary copy from NetGalley and opinions are all mine; I was not compensated for this review.

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