Nick Daniels is a journalist sitting down to an important interview with a reclusive sportsman when a hit man enters the Lombardo's Steak House and murders an infamous mob lawyer right in front of him. And so the action begins in Don't Blink from James Patterson and Howard Roughan.
Don't Blink is what you'd expect in a stand alone novel from Patterson: a fast paced crime story with a few plot layers and the bad guy revealed in the end.
What I didn't expect was a change in narration from first person and back again with the odd reference to the reader. This was a little strange.
All in all, an entertaining and quick read, and another good one for Patterson fans who are looking for a stand alone read.
My rating = ***