Loved this second book in the Tony Mendez/Vince Leone series. The mystery/suspense part was pretty good (I figured out who pretty early on, but not how or why), and it kept the book moving. It's still so strange to read about police work in the 1980s - they get super excited over a fax machine - but Hoag does a great job portraying the hard work that goes into crime-solving. Kirsten Potter does an excellent job on the audio (minus Vince's decidedly not Chicago accent), and I wish she'd do more of Hoag's books. A good listen.