If the year 2005 becomes known as "The Year of Hurwitz,"
TROUBLESHOOTER will be the reason why. Greg Hurwitz has written a
number of fine books with nary a miss since THE TOWER, his debut
novel. He began a new upward trajectory, however, with THE KILL
CLAUSE, the first of his novels to feature U.S. Marshal Tim
Rackley, and 2004's THE PROGRAM continued this trend. But neither
will prepare you for the masterpiece that is TROUBLESHOOTER.
Any thriller, at its most basic level, needs a good, believable
bogeyman that will scare the heck out of the reader. TROUBLESHOOTER
has a whole gro