This is the sixth book in the Amos Decker series, and the first one that was a cross-over with the Will Robie series (news to me). Amos is the super cop with picture-perfect memory, who sees things tinted in different colors based on what had happened there. I had not heard of the Will Robie books before, so that character was new and exciting for this book – and was a nice change from Amos and Alex Jamison being the invincible duo. It has been a nice change of pace to work through a few fiction books recently – I enjoy having the audibook playing while knocking out chores around the house.
In the end I gave this book 4 stars – I like the Amos Decker series, but after six of them things are starting to feel a bit formulaic. I do intent to check out the Will Robie series, starting with The Innocent.