Donovan Gauche Othello Grant is not your average pilot. To begin with, he shouldn't even be a pilot - he lacks the necessary requirements to fly a plane under pressure, specifically the ability to make decisions. That's right, he can't make decisions. At all. Even if it meant the deficit of pleasure, he cannot make a decision due to his PTSD - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. In the right hands one could have a little fun with him; for example, getting your way by backing him into a corner by making him choose a beverage until he gives in. In the wrong hands, well... Let's save the surprises for the reader.
Grant is incontestably the most entertaining and tangibly developed character I've read this summer. He's a charming, quick-witted, sardonic thrill to read, and his occasional self-depreciation only makes him more of a treat. Once reality blurs with delusion, so too do the dead and the living until Grant can't even trust himself, nor can you, the reader, trust that he's either the hunted or the hunter; the next victim, or killer of the last.
The story picks right up and never will you see a dull moment. For me, the trolley had hit the gold mine when the bewitchingly charismatic and illustrious Kelly LaBrecque steps into the picture, bringing with her all of the incredibly appetizing details about our 'Christie Suspects'.
The swordfish was just gravy on an already superb read. DECISIONS is that summer blockbuster that Kindle has been dying to publish, and an absolute MUST-HAVE for mystery veterans, and even those who are completely new to the genre.