Redemption

Redemption

Detective Amos Decker discovers that a mistake he made as a rookie detective may have led to deadly consequences in the latest Memory Man thriller in David Baldacci's #1 New York Times bestselling series. Amos Decker and his FBI partner Alex Jamison are visiting his hometown of Burlington, Ohio, when he's approached by an unfamiliar man. But he instantly recognizes the man' Detective Amos Decker discovers that a mistake he made as a rookie detective may have led to deadly consequences in t...

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Title:Redemption
Author:David Baldacci
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:Redemption
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:432 pages pages

Redemption Reviews

  • Skip
    May 02, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

    Amos Decker, the Memory Man, is back in another twisting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci (Long Road to Mercy, 2018, etc.). By now, readers know his story. Years back, the Hulk-sized Amos Decker suffered a bone-crushing helmet-to-helmet hit during h...

    I have been utterly WILD about this series since the first book. I've loved Decker - both the parts about him that are "broken" as well as the parts that compensate. Redemption didn't really grab me, however. The plot seemed to be rather off in the left field. It got on my nerves when ...

    This is one of those series if you like the protagonist, you'll continue to read every new book. I'm imagine there will be a following for Amos Decker, like Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, and Stephanie Plum. ...

    Amos Decker is back in his hometown, visiting the grave of his murdered daughter, feeling guilty for not protecting her or her mother Cassie when it mattered, when he is approached by Meryl Hawkins, a man he helped send to prison for murder claiming his innocence. Hawkins was released ...

  • Dianne
    Apr 23, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

    Amos Decker, the Memory Man, is back in another twisting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci (Long Road to Mercy, 2018, etc.). By now, readers know his story. Years back, the Hulk-sized Amos Decker suffered a bone-crushing helmet-to-helmet hit during h...

    I have been utterly WILD about this series since the first book. I've loved Decker - both the parts about him that are "broken" as well as the parts that compensate. Redemption didn't really grab me, however. The plot seemed to be rather off in the left field. It got on my nerves when ...

    This is one of those series if you like the protagonist, you'll continue to read every new book. I'm imagine there will be a following for Amos Decker, like Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, and Stephanie Plum. ...

    Amos Decker is back in his hometown, visiting the grave of his murdered daughter, feeling guilty for not protecting her or her mother Cassie when it mattered, when he is approached by Meryl Hawkins, a man he helped send to prison for murder claiming his innocence. Hawkins was released ...

    This is the 5th book in the Memory Man series, and have read them all for their in-depth, interesting characterizations and detailed investigative work. Adam Decker is the Memory Man and his detection skills and bravery are beyond reproach. This is a riveting series of detective work a...

    A solid mystery thriller, just not as mindblowing as the previous fours of this brilliant Amos Decker series. The initial murder-mysteries both old and new were essentially much more intriguing and thrilling, than the ultimately "meh" answers we got by the end, which was not very inter...

    I love Amos Decker! Back in his hometown again investigating his first ever murder case again. I did. It want this book to end, I was really enjoying it and did not pick the ending at all. If you haven't started this series you really do need to. Great story!! ...

    I'm losing interest in this series. Book seemed to drag on and on. ...

    Redemption is a great book because it focuses on Amos Decker's faults. (and it is actually a redeeming followup to the steaming pile that was 'Long Road to Mercy') Amos Decker has been setup in the series as a sort of detective savant. And I have to confess that I like the books whe...

    I hadn't read any since the first one. Got given this as a present. Decker visits his hometown and things just explode. Thrills galore, twists after twists and the pace never lets up. Lets face it reading it for the most part entertainment and escapism and Baldacci knows his craft. ...

    Wow, just wow. there really isn't much that I can say about this series other than I highly recommend it for those who love police procedurals, mysteries, no romance and complex story/character building. This has very likable characters without tons of backstory. It is a book/series th...

  • Barbara
    Jul 28, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

  • kartik narayanan
    Apr 17, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

    Amos Decker, the Memory Man, is back in another twisting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci (Long Road to Mercy, 2018, etc.). By now, readers know his story. Years back, the Hulk-sized Amos Decker suffered a bone-crushing helmet-to-helmet hit during h...

    I have been utterly WILD about this series since the first book. I've loved Decker - both the parts about him that are "broken" as well as the parts that compensate. Redemption didn't really grab me, however. The plot seemed to be rather off in the left field. It got on my nerves when ...

    This is one of those series if you like the protagonist, you'll continue to read every new book. I'm imagine there will be a following for Amos Decker, like Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, and Stephanie Plum. ...

    Amos Decker is back in his hometown, visiting the grave of his murdered daughter, feeling guilty for not protecting her or her mother Cassie when it mattered, when he is approached by Meryl Hawkins, a man he helped send to prison for murder claiming his innocence. Hawkins was released ...

    This is the 5th book in the Memory Man series, and have read them all for their in-depth, interesting characterizations and detailed investigative work. Adam Decker is the Memory Man and his detection skills and bravery are beyond reproach. This is a riveting series of detective work a...

    A solid mystery thriller, just not as mindblowing as the previous fours of this brilliant Amos Decker series. The initial murder-mysteries both old and new were essentially much more intriguing and thrilling, than the ultimately "meh" answers we got by the end, which was not very inter...

    I love Amos Decker! Back in his hometown again investigating his first ever murder case again. I did. It want this book to end, I was really enjoying it and did not pick the ending at all. If you haven't started this series you really do need to. Great story!! ...

    I'm losing interest in this series. Book seemed to drag on and on. ...

    Redemption is a great book because it focuses on Amos Decker's faults. (and it is actually a redeeming followup to the steaming pile that was 'Long Road to Mercy') Amos Decker has been setup in the series as a sort of detective savant. And I have to confess that I like the books whe...

  • Andrea
    Apr 27, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

  • Carolyn
    Apr 18, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

    Amos Decker, the Memory Man, is back in another twisting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci (Long Road to Mercy, 2018, etc.). By now, readers know his story. Years back, the Hulk-sized Amos Decker suffered a bone-crushing helmet-to-helmet hit during h...

    I have been utterly WILD about this series since the first book. I've loved Decker - both the parts about him that are "broken" as well as the parts that compensate. Redemption didn't really grab me, however. The plot seemed to be rather off in the left field. It got on my nerves when ...

    This is one of those series if you like the protagonist, you'll continue to read every new book. I'm imagine there will be a following for Amos Decker, like Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, and Stephanie Plum. ...

    Amos Decker is back in his hometown, visiting the grave of his murdered daughter, feeling guilty for not protecting her or her mother Cassie when it mattered, when he is approached by Meryl Hawkins, a man he helped send to prison for murder claiming his innocence. Hawkins was released ...

    This is the 5th book in the Memory Man series, and have read them all for their in-depth, interesting characterizations and detailed investigative work. Adam Decker is the Memory Man and his detection skills and bravery are beyond reproach. This is a riveting series of detective work a...

  • Andrew Smith
    Apr 25, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

  • Matt
    May 12, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

  • Monnie
    May 04, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

  • Phrynne
    Apr 14, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

  • Val
    Apr 27, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

    Amos Decker, the Memory Man, is back in another twisting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci (Long Road to Mercy, 2018, etc.). By now, readers know his story. Years back, the Hulk-sized Amos Decker suffered a bone-crushing helmet-to-helmet hit during h...

    I have been utterly WILD about this series since the first book. I've loved Decker - both the parts about him that are "broken" as well as the parts that compensate. Redemption didn't really grab me, however. The plot seemed to be rather off in the left field. It got on my nerves when ...

  • Deb
    Apr 25, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

  • Annie
    May 09, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

    Amos Decker, the Memory Man, is back in another twisting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci (Long Road to Mercy, 2018, etc.). By now, readers know his story. Years back, the Hulk-sized Amos Decker suffered a bone-crushing helmet-to-helmet hit during h...

    I have been utterly WILD about this series since the first book. I've loved Decker - both the parts about him that are "broken" as well as the parts that compensate. Redemption didn't really grab me, however. The plot seemed to be rather off in the left field. It got on my nerves when ...

    This is one of those series if you like the protagonist, you'll continue to read every new book. I'm imagine there will be a following for Amos Decker, like Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, and Stephanie Plum. ...

  • Rizwan
    May 23, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

    Amos Decker, the Memory Man, is back in another twisting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci (Long Road to Mercy, 2018, etc.). By now, readers know his story. Years back, the Hulk-sized Amos Decker suffered a bone-crushing helmet-to-helmet hit during h...

    I have been utterly WILD about this series since the first book. I've loved Decker - both the parts about him that are "broken" as well as the parts that compensate. Redemption didn't really grab me, however. The plot seemed to be rather off in the left field. It got on my nerves when ...

    This is one of those series if you like the protagonist, you'll continue to read every new book. I'm imagine there will be a following for Amos Decker, like Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, and Stephanie Plum. ...

    Amos Decker is back in his hometown, visiting the grave of his murdered daughter, feeling guilty for not protecting her or her mother Cassie when it mattered, when he is approached by Meryl Hawkins, a man he helped send to prison for murder claiming his innocence. Hawkins was released ...

    This is the 5th book in the Memory Man series, and have read them all for their in-depth, interesting characterizations and detailed investigative work. Adam Decker is the Memory Man and his detection skills and bravery are beyond reproach. This is a riveting series of detective work a...

    A solid mystery thriller, just not as mindblowing as the previous fours of this brilliant Amos Decker series. The initial murder-mysteries both old and new were essentially much more intriguing and thrilling, than the ultimately "meh" answers we got by the end, which was not very inter...

  • Shirl Kennedy
    May 07, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

    Amos Decker, the Memory Man, is back in another twisting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci (Long Road to Mercy, 2018, etc.). By now, readers know his story. Years back, the Hulk-sized Amos Decker suffered a bone-crushing helmet-to-helmet hit during h...

    I have been utterly WILD about this series since the first book. I've loved Decker - both the parts about him that are "broken" as well as the parts that compensate. Redemption didn't really grab me, however. The plot seemed to be rather off in the left field. It got on my nerves when ...

    This is one of those series if you like the protagonist, you'll continue to read every new book. I'm imagine there will be a following for Amos Decker, like Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, and Stephanie Plum. ...

    Amos Decker is back in his hometown, visiting the grave of his murdered daughter, feeling guilty for not protecting her or her mother Cassie when it mattered, when he is approached by Meryl Hawkins, a man he helped send to prison for murder claiming his innocence. Hawkins was released ...

    This is the 5th book in the Memory Man series, and have read them all for their in-depth, interesting characterizations and detailed investigative work. Adam Decker is the Memory Man and his detection skills and bravery are beyond reproach. This is a riveting series of detective work a...

    A solid mystery thriller, just not as mindblowing as the previous fours of this brilliant Amos Decker series. The initial murder-mysteries both old and new were essentially much more intriguing and thrilling, than the ultimately "meh" answers we got by the end, which was not very inter...

    I love Amos Decker! Back in his hometown again investigating his first ever murder case again. I did. It want this book to end, I was really enjoying it and did not pick the ending at all. If you haven't started this series you really do need to. Great story!! ...

    I'm losing interest in this series. Book seemed to drag on and on. ...

  • Tim
    May 01, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

  • Montessahall Montessahall
    Apr 28, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

    Amos Decker, the Memory Man, is back in another twisting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci (Long Road to Mercy, 2018, etc.). By now, readers know his story. Years back, the Hulk-sized Amos Decker suffered a bone-crushing helmet-to-helmet hit during h...

    I have been utterly WILD about this series since the first book. I've loved Decker - both the parts about him that are "broken" as well as the parts that compensate. Redemption didn't really grab me, however. The plot seemed to be rather off in the left field. It got on my nerves when ...

    This is one of those series if you like the protagonist, you'll continue to read every new book. I'm imagine there will be a following for Amos Decker, like Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, and Stephanie Plum. ...

    Amos Decker is back in his hometown, visiting the grave of his murdered daughter, feeling guilty for not protecting her or her mother Cassie when it mattered, when he is approached by Meryl Hawkins, a man he helped send to prison for murder claiming his innocence. Hawkins was released ...

    This is the 5th book in the Memory Man series, and have read them all for their in-depth, interesting characterizations and detailed investigative work. Adam Decker is the Memory Man and his detection skills and bravery are beyond reproach. This is a riveting series of detective work a...

    A solid mystery thriller, just not as mindblowing as the previous fours of this brilliant Amos Decker series. The initial murder-mysteries both old and new were essentially much more intriguing and thrilling, than the ultimately "meh" answers we got by the end, which was not very inter...

    I love Amos Decker! Back in his hometown again investigating his first ever murder case again. I did. It want this book to end, I was really enjoying it and did not pick the ending at all. If you haven't started this series you really do need to. Great story!! ...

    I'm losing interest in this series. Book seemed to drag on and on. ...

    Redemption is a great book because it focuses on Amos Decker's faults. (and it is actually a redeeming followup to the steaming pile that was 'Long Road to Mercy') Amos Decker has been setup in the series as a sort of detective savant. And I have to confess that I like the books whe...

    I hadn't read any since the first one. Got given this as a present. Decker visits his hometown and things just explode. Thrills galore, twists after twists and the pace never lets up. Lets face it reading it for the most part entertainment and escapism and Baldacci knows his craft. ...

    Wow, just wow. there really isn't much that I can say about this series other than I highly recommend it for those who love police procedurals, mysteries, no romance and complex story/character building. This has very likable characters without tons of backstory. It is a book/series th...

    The ending had an attempt to salvage the book with twists and turns but it still only gets 2 1/2 stars, when it takes 10 to 15 pages to explain what happened and who exactly were the players... I wonder if maybe I was the one played! Last book I ?ll read on this series. This book sho...

    Another great book by David Baldacci . Absolutely love Amos Decker ...

    Not nearly as engaging as the previous books in this series. Very slow, boring plot. ...

  • The Real Book Spy
    Mar 20, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

    Amos Decker, the Memory Man, is back in another twisting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci (Long Road to Mercy, 2018, etc.). By now, readers know his story. Years back, the Hulk-sized Amos Decker suffered a bone-crushing helmet-to-helmet hit during h...

  • *TANYA*
    Jul 31, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

  • James Fitzgerald
    May 17, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

  • Pierre Tassé
    Jun 24, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

    Amos Decker, the Memory Man, is back in another twisting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci (Long Road to Mercy, 2018, etc.). By now, readers know his story. Years back, the Hulk-sized Amos Decker suffered a bone-crushing helmet-to-helmet hit during h...

    I have been utterly WILD about this series since the first book. I've loved Decker - both the parts about him that are "broken" as well as the parts that compensate. Redemption didn't really grab me, however. The plot seemed to be rather off in the left field. It got on my nerves when ...

    This is one of those series if you like the protagonist, you'll continue to read every new book. I'm imagine there will be a following for Amos Decker, like Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, and Stephanie Plum. ...

    Amos Decker is back in his hometown, visiting the grave of his murdered daughter, feeling guilty for not protecting her or her mother Cassie when it mattered, when he is approached by Meryl Hawkins, a man he helped send to prison for murder claiming his innocence. Hawkins was released ...

    This is the 5th book in the Memory Man series, and have read them all for their in-depth, interesting characterizations and detailed investigative work. Adam Decker is the Memory Man and his detection skills and bravery are beyond reproach. This is a riveting series of detective work a...

    A solid mystery thriller, just not as mindblowing as the previous fours of this brilliant Amos Decker series. The initial murder-mysteries both old and new were essentially much more intriguing and thrilling, than the ultimately "meh" answers we got by the end, which was not very inter...

    I love Amos Decker! Back in his hometown again investigating his first ever murder case again. I did. It want this book to end, I was really enjoying it and did not pick the ending at all. If you haven't started this series you really do need to. Great story!! ...

    I'm losing interest in this series. Book seemed to drag on and on. ...

    Redemption is a great book because it focuses on Amos Decker's faults. (and it is actually a redeeming followup to the steaming pile that was 'Long Road to Mercy') Amos Decker has been setup in the series as a sort of detective savant. And I have to confess that I like the books whe...

    I hadn't read any since the first one. Got given this as a present. Decker visits his hometown and things just explode. Thrills galore, twists after twists and the pace never lets up. Lets face it reading it for the most part entertainment and escapism and Baldacci knows his craft. ...

    Wow, just wow. there really isn't much that I can say about this series other than I highly recommend it for those who love police procedurals, mysteries, no romance and complex story/character building. This has very likable characters without tons of backstory. It is a book/series th...

    The ending had an attempt to salvage the book with twists and turns but it still only gets 2 1/2 stars, when it takes 10 to 15 pages to explain what happened and who exactly were the players... I wonder if maybe I was the one played! Last book I ?ll read on this series. This book sho...

  • Mandy White
    Apr 24, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

    Amos Decker, the Memory Man, is back in another twisting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci (Long Road to Mercy, 2018, etc.). By now, readers know his story. Years back, the Hulk-sized Amos Decker suffered a bone-crushing helmet-to-helmet hit during h...

    I have been utterly WILD about this series since the first book. I've loved Decker - both the parts about him that are "broken" as well as the parts that compensate. Redemption didn't really grab me, however. The plot seemed to be rather off in the left field. It got on my nerves when ...

    This is one of those series if you like the protagonist, you'll continue to read every new book. I'm imagine there will be a following for Amos Decker, like Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, and Stephanie Plum. ...

    Amos Decker is back in his hometown, visiting the grave of his murdered daughter, feeling guilty for not protecting her or her mother Cassie when it mattered, when he is approached by Meryl Hawkins, a man he helped send to prison for murder claiming his innocence. Hawkins was released ...

    This is the 5th book in the Memory Man series, and have read them all for their in-depth, interesting characterizations and detailed investigative work. Adam Decker is the Memory Man and his detection skills and bravery are beyond reproach. This is a riveting series of detective work a...

    A solid mystery thriller, just not as mindblowing as the previous fours of this brilliant Amos Decker series. The initial murder-mysteries both old and new were essentially much more intriguing and thrilling, than the ultimately "meh" answers we got by the end, which was not very inter...

    I love Amos Decker! Back in his hometown again investigating his first ever murder case again. I did. It want this book to end, I was really enjoying it and did not pick the ending at all. If you haven't started this series you really do need to. Great story!! ...

  • Jim
    Jul 04, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

  • Roy
    Apr 26, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

    Amos Decker, the Memory Man, is back in another twisting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci (Long Road to Mercy, 2018, etc.). By now, readers know his story. Years back, the Hulk-sized Amos Decker suffered a bone-crushing helmet-to-helmet hit during h...

    I have been utterly WILD about this series since the first book. I've loved Decker - both the parts about him that are "broken" as well as the parts that compensate. Redemption didn't really grab me, however. The plot seemed to be rather off in the left field. It got on my nerves when ...

    This is one of those series if you like the protagonist, you'll continue to read every new book. I'm imagine there will be a following for Amos Decker, like Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, and Stephanie Plum. ...

    Amos Decker is back in his hometown, visiting the grave of his murdered daughter, feeling guilty for not protecting her or her mother Cassie when it mattered, when he is approached by Meryl Hawkins, a man he helped send to prison for murder claiming his innocence. Hawkins was released ...

    This is the 5th book in the Memory Man series, and have read them all for their in-depth, interesting characterizations and detailed investigative work. Adam Decker is the Memory Man and his detection skills and bravery are beyond reproach. This is a riveting series of detective work a...

    A solid mystery thriller, just not as mindblowing as the previous fours of this brilliant Amos Decker series. The initial murder-mysteries both old and new were essentially much more intriguing and thrilling, than the ultimately "meh" answers we got by the end, which was not very inter...

    I love Amos Decker! Back in his hometown again investigating his first ever murder case again. I did. It want this book to end, I was really enjoying it and did not pick the ending at all. If you haven't started this series you really do need to. Great story!! ...

    I'm losing interest in this series. Book seemed to drag on and on. ...

    Redemption is a great book because it focuses on Amos Decker's faults. (and it is actually a redeeming followup to the steaming pile that was 'Long Road to Mercy') Amos Decker has been setup in the series as a sort of detective savant. And I have to confess that I like the books whe...

    I hadn't read any since the first one. Got given this as a present. Decker visits his hometown and things just explode. Thrills galore, twists after twists and the pace never lets up. Lets face it reading it for the most part entertainment and escapism and Baldacci knows his craft. ...

  • Paromjit
    Apr 07, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

  • Lou
    Apr 18, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

  • Nilufer Ozmekik
    Apr 19, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

  • Jack Webb
    Apr 21, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

    Amos Decker, the Memory Man, is back in another twisting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci (Long Road to Mercy, 2018, etc.). By now, readers know his story. Years back, the Hulk-sized Amos Decker suffered a bone-crushing helmet-to-helmet hit during h...

    I have been utterly WILD about this series since the first book. I've loved Decker - both the parts about him that are "broken" as well as the parts that compensate. Redemption didn't really grab me, however. The plot seemed to be rather off in the left field. It got on my nerves when ...

    This is one of those series if you like the protagonist, you'll continue to read every new book. I'm imagine there will be a following for Amos Decker, like Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, and Stephanie Plum. ...

    Amos Decker is back in his hometown, visiting the grave of his murdered daughter, feeling guilty for not protecting her or her mother Cassie when it mattered, when he is approached by Meryl Hawkins, a man he helped send to prison for murder claiming his innocence. Hawkins was released ...

    This is the 5th book in the Memory Man series, and have read them all for their in-depth, interesting characterizations and detailed investigative work. Adam Decker is the Memory Man and his detection skills and bravery are beyond reproach. This is a riveting series of detective work a...

    A solid mystery thriller, just not as mindblowing as the previous fours of this brilliant Amos Decker series. The initial murder-mysteries both old and new were essentially much more intriguing and thrilling, than the ultimately "meh" answers we got by the end, which was not very inter...

    I love Amos Decker! Back in his hometown again investigating his first ever murder case again. I did. It want this book to end, I was really enjoying it and did not pick the ending at all. If you haven't started this series you really do need to. Great story!! ...

    I'm losing interest in this series. Book seemed to drag on and on. ...

    Redemption is a great book because it focuses on Amos Decker's faults. (and it is actually a redeeming followup to the steaming pile that was 'Long Road to Mercy') Amos Decker has been setup in the series as a sort of detective savant. And I have to confess that I like the books whe...

    I hadn't read any since the first one. Got given this as a present. Decker visits his hometown and things just explode. Thrills galore, twists after twists and the pace never lets up. Lets face it reading it for the most part entertainment and escapism and Baldacci knows his craft. ...

    Wow, just wow. there really isn't much that I can say about this series other than I highly recommend it for those who love police procedurals, mysteries, no romance and complex story/character building. This has very likable characters without tons of backstory. It is a book/series th...

    The ending had an attempt to salvage the book with twists and turns but it still only gets 2 1/2 stars, when it takes 10 to 15 pages to explain what happened and who exactly were the players... I wonder if maybe I was the one played! Last book I ?ll read on this series. This book sho...

    Another great book by David Baldacci . Absolutely love Amos Decker ...

    Not nearly as engaging as the previous books in this series. Very slow, boring plot. ...

    Topical Baldacci gets his fascinating character Amos Decker involved in multiple murders in his home town. And I'm doing so, manages to bring in a hopefully novel concept of Russian involvement in America. ...

  • Sandy
    May 01, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...

    Amos Decker is back with a bang in the fifth instalment of the series in which Mr Baldacci shows his page-turning prowess with this deliciously addictive delicacy. It's a complex, beautifully constructed suspense fest and the tension is palpable throughout. Everything just works so sup...

    I GIVE IT MAYBE 2.5 STARS I know I am going against the 4-5 star ratings that the other people who have written their reviews and comments The first 1/2 of the book was a little slow The second half was boring and the ending was ridiculous. Book is not worth the time or money very disa...

    4.5. It seemed a little slow in the beginning but picked up nicely ...

    Amos Decker, the Memory Man, is back in another twisting thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci (Long Road to Mercy, 2018, etc.). By now, readers know his story. Years back, the Hulk-sized Amos Decker suffered a bone-crushing helmet-to-helmet hit during h...

    I have been utterly WILD about this series since the first book. I've loved Decker - both the parts about him that are "broken" as well as the parts that compensate. Redemption didn't really grab me, however. The plot seemed to be rather off in the left field. It got on my nerves when ...

    This is one of those series if you like the protagonist, you'll continue to read every new book. I'm imagine there will be a following for Amos Decker, like Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, and Stephanie Plum. ...

    Amos Decker is back in his hometown, visiting the grave of his murdered daughter, feeling guilty for not protecting her or her mother Cassie when it mattered, when he is approached by Meryl Hawkins, a man he helped send to prison for murder claiming his innocence. Hawkins was released ...

    This is the 5th book in the Memory Man series, and have read them all for their in-depth, interesting characterizations and detailed investigative work. Adam Decker is the Memory Man and his detection skills and bravery are beyond reproach. This is a riveting series of detective work a...

    A solid mystery thriller, just not as mindblowing as the previous fours of this brilliant Amos Decker series. The initial murder-mysteries both old and new were essentially much more intriguing and thrilling, than the ultimately "meh" answers we got by the end, which was not very inter...

    I love Amos Decker! Back in his hometown again investigating his first ever murder case again. I did. It want this book to end, I was really enjoying it and did not pick the ending at all. If you haven't started this series you really do need to. Great story!! ...

    I'm losing interest in this series. Book seemed to drag on and on. ...

    Redemption is a great book because it focuses on Amos Decker's faults. (and it is actually a redeeming followup to the steaming pile that was 'Long Road to Mercy') Amos Decker has been setup in the series as a sort of detective savant. And I have to confess that I like the books whe...

    I hadn't read any since the first one. Got given this as a present. Decker visits his hometown and things just explode. Thrills galore, twists after twists and the pace never lets up. Lets face it reading it for the most part entertainment and escapism and Baldacci knows his craft. ...

    Wow, just wow. there really isn't much that I can say about this series other than I highly recommend it for those who love police procedurals, mysteries, no romance and complex story/character building. This has very likable characters without tons of backstory. It is a book/series th...

    The ending had an attempt to salvage the book with twists and turns but it still only gets 2 1/2 stars, when it takes 10 to 15 pages to explain what happened and who exactly were the players... I wonder if maybe I was the one played! Last book I ?ll read on this series. This book sho...

    Another great book by David Baldacci . Absolutely love Amos Decker ...

  • Bicky
    May 01, 2019

    David Baldacci's 5th in the Amos Decker series is a brilliant and compulsive thriller with Decker back home in Burlington, Ohio, where his wife, Cassie, daughter, Molly and brother in law, Johnny, died. He is there to commemorate what would have been Molly's 14th birthday. This tragedy...

    In another thrilling novel, David Baldacci places Amos Decker in the middle of a case that will require all his attention. While visiting his daughter?s grave, Amos Decker is approached by a man he put away for murder over a decade ago. Released for compassionate reasons, the man pro...

    I love Amos Decker so the moment I saw this book on the bookshop shelves I bought it, came home, and settled down in my favourite chair for a really good read. And it was good, very good in fact. Amos is struggling badly. Had she lived he would have been celebrating his daughter's b...

    Perhaps Mr. Decker's character is played out. Perhaps Mr. Baldacci has run out of interesting writing ideas as this story is a near snoozer. 3 of 10 star zzz ...

    This fast paced, smart, well developed, gripping crime thriller which brings back one of my favorite book characters, Amos Decker a.k.a. ?Memory Man?. Remembering everything is a great gift for solving murders, handling loose ends by bringing back the images you stocked ( like unl...

    In this 5th book in the 'Amos Decker' series, the detective re-investigates a multiple murder that occurred 13 years ago. The book can be read as a standalone. ***** Former Burlington, Ohio homicide detective Amos Decker is now a consultant for the FBI. His partner is Agent Ale...

    Amos Decker, a cop who also done some work with the FBI, is visiting his home town of Burlington, Ohio on his daughter?s birthday. Well, more accurately it?s his late daughter as she and her mother, Decker?s beloved wife, were brutally murdered some while ago. As he sits by the g...

    The author is one of my all-time favorites (meaning anything he writes, I want to read). And from the start four books ago, his "Memory Man" series was a big hit with me. This one, the fifth, adds another five-star entry. Detective Amos Decker is a very intriguing character; as a r...

    Can you ever go wrong when reading a David Baldacci book?? Nope, not in this case. Once again he has written a FANTASTIC story. By far one of my favorite series of all time. Very entertaining and you don?t even have to start at the beginning because you get a quick synopsis of the ch...

    This is a sad day, and it pains me to do this, but this did not feel like Baldacci's other books. I am a bit disappointed, to be honest :( ...

    "old sins cast long shadows" Following the events of The Fallen Amos Decker, "The Memory Man", makes a side trip to his hometown of Burlington, Ohio with his partner Alex Jamison. He is there to visit the graves of his wife Cassie and daughter Molly. It is Molly's birthday and Amos ...

    David Baldacci has written many mediocre books but the Amos Decker series has been consistently outstanding. This is a series which meets the requirements of the readers of both thrillers and police procedurals. This novel, the fifth in the series, is excellent. It opens with Decker...