The Blue Zone by
the authors first novel on his own; hes co-authored a few books with James
Patterson. I seriously doubt this was meant to be a profound piece of writing; just an
enjoyable read. Nor am I a writer; so I think he did a pretty good job for his first book.
Ben Raab is a seemingly successful businessman with a loving family, wealth and status to
make anyone happy. Then the feds nail him for money laundering and other assorted charges,
and he must testify against the Columbian drug lords hes been dealing with. The
family is put into the Witness Protection Program, but his oldest daughter, Kate, remains
in New York. The story revolves around Kate and all that goes wrong in her life for the
next year or two. Lots of twists and turns and the credibility factor is pretty low. Who
should she trust? Nothing is as it seems.
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