Army criminal investigator extraordinaire, makes his fourth foray in No Man's Land (Hachette Audio, 11.5 hours), David Baldacci's latest action-packed, edge-of-your-seat thriller-diller
. Puller is pulled back into his mother's mysterious disappearance that occurred 30 years ago when a letter accuses his father, a renowned three-star general now diminished by dementia, of murdering her.
Through it all, Ritchie steadily ratchets up the thriller-diller
quotient by suggesting two Russian thugs (who resemble refugees from "Eastern Promises") are, quite literally, unkillable.