Ridley Pearson, In Harm’s Way

Posted January 20, 2011 by Kathy Davie in

In Harm's Way
Series: Walt Fleming, 4
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

I was disappointed with In Harm’s Way. It felt disjointed and disconnected. A lot of good things happened in spite of the murder and mayhem. Progress was made on several fronts: Walt’s storming over Fiona’s ramparts, Gail and Tommy both wondering how they got where they did, a new friend off whom to bounce ideas (I suspect this new character will be appearing in future installments), and the beginning of a new relationship between Walt and Tommy…surprisingly. Possibly a new perspective with his father. Taking more time for his daughters.

I did enjoy the tracking sequences. What an incredible skill to have!

And, in spite of all this, I felt as though we went nowhere…I’m suspecting because all the tension has gone out…

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