Although I think this is one of Baldacci's weaker offerings, I enjoyed it. This is one of those times I'd like to be able to give a half star; if I could, I'd rate it 3.5 stars.
I particularly like the way he is developing a relationship between his protagonist (Will Robie) and a teenage girl. (Yes, that could get creepy, but it doesn't.) I think it's hard to humanize a spy and hit man (although Silva does a stellar job with Alon), and Baldacci is adding another facet to Robie that is appealing, and to which I can relate as a mother.
This fast-paced thriller is pretty much what you'd expect from Baldacci and any other perennial resident of the NYTimes bestseller list. Recommneded for a long airplane ride, or a day at the pool.