Starting in about 1990 I’ve read about 10 of Nelson DeMille’s thrillers. I read some in paperback and, after 2000 or so via Audible. Of the main series with John Corey I’ve read 4 or 5. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nelson_DeMille (scroll down to see all the series). This is the series which starts with Plum Island, possibly the best of his books.
by Nelson DeMille
Read by Scott Brick 15h 42m
Rating C- / crime thriller
(8th in John Carey series)
In The Maze the egotistical and smart-ass John Corey is back being his old arrogant and “politically incorrect” self to the point of real annoyance. That’s one reason I stopped reading these books The stories are okay though. The idea of the maze is from a large hedge maze on the land next door and used for some capers of the bad guys.
Overall, I found the story predictable and using a rather coarse and gritty situation. Scott Brick is his usual over-emoting self which I can only stand once in a great while now. He used to be one of my very favorite narrators. I don’t know anyone I’d recommend this to.