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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Reckoning is a work of fiction in the thriller genre and serves as the third and final installment in the Sicario Files Trilogy. It is aimed at the adult reading audience and was penned by Stephanie Baldi. The book follows two dangerous men who know that they cannot live free while the other still walks. Miguel is hunting Nicholas as revenge for the killing of his lover Carmela three years prior. Nicholas is hunting Miguel after he stole the thing Nicholas loves the most as retribution. The two men must hunt each other in a tense duel to the death now that neither can simply walk away.
The Sicario Files trilogy is an excellent set of thrillers for fans of the genre, and one thing I admired about the second in the series was its escalation and development from the first. The third book manages to do this once again, bringing the saga to a breath-taking crescendo by escalating the drama and pushing the existing characters even further than they’ve gone before. Stephanie Baldi proves herself an excellent writer of thrillers with a gift for ratcheting tension higher than I, as a reader, thought possible, all while getting the reader fully invested in the characters and what they have at stake. Readers don’t need to have read the entire series before this to enjoy Reckoning. Still, I’d certainly recommend doing so to anyone wanting to get the most out of the experience. Nicholas’s three-book journey comes to a stunning conclusion, and fans of thriller novels will do well to give Reckoning a whirl.