Good thriller set against a series of coincidences
Margolin comes through with The Last Innocent Man, a book that keeps the pages turning but at times I wondered about the series of incredible coincidences that linked all of the characters together (I won't go into them here, for fear of revealing too much of the plot for those who have not yet read the book).
Are you looking for a book that leads the protagonist through a series of difficult choices until finally everything is forced to come to a head? Than this is your book. However, be aware that you'll be forced to suspend your sense of disbelief from time to time as well.
I rate this book 4 stars out of 5.
Reviewed on September 10, 2004.
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