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The second chapter of the Amos Decker series starts with the same sort of situation that was present in the first one. A murderer Melvin Mars is set free just a few days before his execution because someone else has confessed for the crime. Melvin Mars killed his parents about twenty years back and now he is free but why now that is the question that brings Amos Decker to the case.
The case also becomes interesting for the newly recruited FBI agent because the culprits share the same background that resembles to Decker’s own past. Both were great football players and their future in sports was destroyed because of their family tragedy.
Also the families of both men were brutally killed after which they were considered as the culprit. Now the question which teases Decker is that why the one who confessed the crime waited so long for the confession. Secondly who wants Melvin out of jail at that particular time and lastly why anyone else killed his parents in the first place.
An entirely complex story is woven this time by David Baldacci as he presents the second mission of Decker that show some resemblance to the first one. The interesting thing about writer’s creation is that the crime in the story starts getting bigger and bigger as the story progresses.
We can see this in One Good Deed and Redemption as well when the things become too hot to handle for the main characters. There are two narrators in the narration department this time, Kyf Brewer and Orlagh Cassidy have done brilliantly and have depicted the climax up to their maximum potential.