Hidden in Plain Sight (William Warwick Novels, 2)
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Rather you than me,’ said Lamont with a sigh. ‘However,’ continued the commander, ‘the commissioner, in his wisdom, felt a winning team shouldn’t be broken up, so you two will be joining him as part of an elite drugs unit on the first of the month.’ As William’s team closes the net around a criminal network like none they have ever faced before, he devises a trap they would never expect, one that is hidden in plain sight . . . And that’s not all,’ said William, who then told the team about his conversation with Miles Faulkner at the Fitzmolean soon after the unveiling of the Rubens painting, Christ’s Descent from the Cross.
I've read many books by this author and he truly is a solid 4 stars for me...sometimes higher. I enjoy his story telling. I could listen to the audios all day. He brings his characters to life with great details. So much so, they feel like family. I will say though that the MCs tend to be a little on the perfect side, but it works. Usually that kind of things bugs me, but not here. As the team start to close in on the huge drug operation that is run by Ahmed Rashidi, they only have one option for how they can secure his arrest. It’s a risky plan as it truly involves being hidden in plain sight. Will William and the team come out successful?Although the story continues from Book One, there is enough detail to read this as a stand-alone but I really enjoyed learning more about the original cast and many new ones too.
Jeffrey Archer is an amazing storyteller and is currently in my “top” authors - this means, authors I wanna read everything!Nothing would give me greater pleasure,’ said Hawksby. ‘But if the painting turns out to be the original, Faulkner will have made a fool of us a second time, and in the most public of arenas.’