Will Robie is a hitman for the
US government. In this storyline, Robie works two different
jobs, but they don’t go well. Time off is recommended,
so he heads home to Mississippi. Robie puts his sniper gear
away only to end up in a down home mystery.
This is Robie’s first time home since his high school
graduation. We discover why he left and how it made him the
man he is today. Robie had no clue when he left that night
how much he affected his father and the town. On his return,
Robie meets up with old friends and relives painful memories.
He also runs into old enemies and takes the time to make new
ones. Robie discovers his father, an attorney when he left,
is now rich, remarried, and a judge. He’s also sitting
in a jail cell, accused of murder. Robie’s father refuses
to see him, but that doesn’t stop Robie from searching
for the real killer. Robie has to expose the town secrets,
as well as his own, to save his family. It’s a jaw dropping
case that will leave you speechless.
In Baldacci’s The Guilty we get the essence
of small town living – the good, the bad and the unforgivable.
Baldacci lays out plenty of clues and suspects to satisfy
even the die-hard suspense reader. The audio version is read
by Kyf Brewer and Orlagh Cassidy. Their narration takes listeners
on a southern ride they won’t soon forget.
Reviews of other titles in this series
The Guilty [book]
Eye (Will Robie /Camel Club Short Story)