Felix is not his father. Where his father had a concise storyline, Felix's meander. Too many cooks in the kitchen.
I do like the Francis family books. Felix's style, however, is somewhat different from his father's. The signature research into various key issues in each book, previously done by Felix for his father, is still well done. Felix's hero is definitely more fleshed out and involved with those around him, which makes the reader more interested in him. The mystery is very well worked out, as is the "real life" of the hero. I was with him right up to the end, which, in my opinion, left quite a few of the in depth relationships of the hero blown to smithereens with no resolution. It was a page turner, though.
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