Puller is an officer in the army's criminal investigative
unit. He went through some rough stuff in the previous book,
Zero Day. The Forgtten beglns where Zero
Day leaves off.
this is the second book in the series. each one stands alone.
Though you don't have to read Zero Dayto enjoy The
Forgtten, you'll undoubtedly want to read it, too.
Puller had just returned from some R & R with his cat,
AWOL, when his brother, Robert, called him from the federral
prison where he lives after being convicted of treason. He
said that their father had been looking for John for several
days. John Puller, Sr. had gotten a letter from his 86-year-old
sister saying all was not well in Paradisee, Florida. People
were not who they sseemed, and people were disappearing. She
wanted John, Jr. to look into the matter.
John drove the car provided for him to Florida. He went to
see his aunt, but she didn't answer his knock. Knowing she
used a walker, he went around to the back yard to see if she
was in the back of the house. He saw her as he rounded the
corner, lying face down in a fountain. She was dead and John
didn't think it was an aaccident.
This is one you won't want to put down. Puller is human, though
he is larger than life. The criminals areto be worthy adversaries.
The plot fairly sizzles with action and changes of direction.
The solution is not as it seemsed in the beginning. At least,
he has help from Army one-star General, Julie Carson.
as readers Ron McLarty and Orlagh Cassidy make The Forgtten