Best-selling Bourne-esque thriller. I think I had this on order for some time from the library before it actually came.
Was a pretty good read. At the time, I noted "Told in the first person, but at the start had some rather dizzying perspective twists as the narrator appears omniscient, e.g. talking of his first meeting with Bradley and then segue-ing into the story of how Bradley recovered from a near-fatal injury with help from his wife."
Rather a lot of plot twists and unlikely coincidences, but there was such a pace to it that you didn't mind. Will be worth reading the next book by this author (which is to be published some time in 2016 I think).
Completed : 5-September-2015