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»While a time-honored formula and an intriguing résuméwill draw us into a suspense novel, they aren’t enough to make us stay put. The Accomplice turns out to be of those thrillers in which insider knowledge is sprinkled like particulate matter in a story that is otherwise as flat as Washington tap water.«

Maureen Corrigan

Maureen Corrigan about the thriller The Accomplice by Charles Robbins. Her review at The Washington Post.