This book was everything The DaVinci Code was not. It was tense, suspenseful, and extremely well-written, with a twist at the end that was logical in the context of the story, but was a complete and delightful (to me, anyway) surprise.
Sam Cabot is a collaboration between SJ Rozan, one of my favorite mystery writers, and Carlos Dews. Their writing styles integrate so seamlessly that I can’t tell who wrote what. I’m starting Skin of the Wolf, the second book in the series, immediately. I expect that I’ll be disappointed when I finish it because I’ll have to wait for the next one in the series.