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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
David Baldacci once again brings readers a thriller; Saving Faith is sure to keep readers on the edge of their seats, quickly turning pages to see what will happen next. In this tale, Faith Lockhart is depicted as an intelligent and beautiful woman; the assistant to a lobbyist. She is ready to blow the whistle on some things and the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Robert Thornhill, cannot allow that to happen. Just as the assassin takes aim, private investigator Lee Adams comes to the rescue. Thus begins the long and dangerous trek, taking readers from Maryland to North Carolina and back to Washington. The couple end up on the run from the police, FBI and the CIA.
Saving Faith by David Baldacci is a very good read. I would not rate it as his best book, but it is an exciting read. Baldacci is at his best when he is bringing his readers tales dealing with the government. Saving Faith has a very complex plot and it is very difficult to summarize it. This is not a short tale at 476 pages. There is the inevitable romance between Lee and Faith. This tale drags in several places and the plot fell on too much background. While this may not be Baldacci at his best, it is still a good read with a peek inside the workings of the FBI and CIA. This is a review of the audio format read by Michael Kramer.