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San Diego defense attorney Paul Madriani is still reeling from the trauma of a near nuclear explosion he helped avert near the naval base in Coronado. Threatened by federal authorities to keep quiet about the near-miss in California, Madriani is now faced with a new problem in the steely-eyed and alluring Joselyn Cole, a weapons control expert, who believes he has to go public with what he knows if they have any hope of stopping a similar event in the future.
But Madriani has been linked to a murder of a Washington, D.C., political staffer, and authorities believe a shadowy figure called Liquida—a hired assassin known as ‘the Mexicutioner’—may be responsible. And that this man, as the last survivor of the attack in San Diego, might be driven by a bizarre and horrifying, star-crossed vendetta and might now be looking for Madriani himself.
What Madriani and Cole begin to fear is that the Old Weatherman and this madman have joined forces and intend to pull the city—and the country—into a vortex of terror before Paul and Joselyn can find answers to the enigma that is "the rule of nine".
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By Charlene Glaze on 06-26-10
The Rule of Nine
I am a big fan of Steve Martini, but I was somewhat disappointed in this book. The narration was rather bland and uninteresting which made the story harder to follow since the scenes were constantly changing. I also found it frustrating that the story was left unfinished.
10 of 10 people found this review helpful
By Chris on 11-25-10
The Rule of Nine
This plot was a mess! Apparently Paul Madriani will not be sticking to his knitting...no more lawyering for him...he's trying his inept and naive hand at counter-terrorism and taking out professional, skilled and bloody hit men. REALLY?! Law practice "closed till further notice", Cross-country chases, saving Washington DC with a footballer's tackle??? Character "development" about 1/4 inch deep.... If this is Martini's new direction, I will leave him to others...
4 of 4 people found this review helpful