May 17th, 2020


Book Critique - Zero Day (John Puller Series #1)

For review of all books in the series, go here 

Stars: 5 / 5

Recommendation: If you like police procedural dramas that involve military services, and you like to see people fight conspiracies, solve crimes, and save the humanity in their own way, then this is a very good series to begin with. 

Zero Day is the first book in the John Puller Series by David Baldacci in November of 2011. This first book tale Puller to the West Virginia state to solve a brutal murder of an entire family.

John Puller Jr. is a combat veteran and investigator with the U.S. Army's Criminal Investigation Division (CID). His father, Lieutenant General "Fighting John" Puller Sr., was an Army fighting legend. While his brother, Robert Puller, is serving life sentence for treason. As part of his job as the Warrant Officer at the CID, Puller is tasked with various cases that surround with mystery, murder and conspiracies, involving the members of the military. His drive to find the truth sometimes lands him closer to losing his life, yet he continues and prevails.

Someone had murdered an entire family brutally in Drake, West Virginia, a coal county. John Puller Jr. is assigned to the case. He teams up with Sergeant Samantha "Sam" Cole from Drake's Law Enforcement, and a very headstrong one at that. Then bodies start to drop like flies. And the little coal mining town has more secrets hidden than the coal they are trying to mine, making Puller's job more complicated than ever.

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