No Man’s Land by David Baldacci
Arguably even better than Lee Child, David Baldacci delivers another thrilling, sitting on the edge of your seat read. US Army Investigator John Puller has had many challenging cases, but none that are as close to home as the disappearance of his mother thirty years ago. New evidence comes to light, and it looks like his father may have murdered his wife. His father is now in a rest home and suffering from dementia, and John decides to investigate. At the same time Paul Rogers is paroled after spending ten years in prison for murder, and once out, he is intent on revenge. Past and present collide, and John uncovers a trail of deception that goes back years.
This is fast paced novel, John Puller is a wonderful character who you are really drawn too, and it’s an emotionally engaging read right to the moment when the truth is finally revealed.