Rating: 3.5 stars
Nash is FBI, and he's running a one week education course in rural Idaho. There, he became very familiar with Glen, a local law enforcement officer. The story begins on their departure.
What I enjoyed most about In Plain Sight was its exploration into lost opportunity, and wanting something with the belief that circumstances would make it impossible.
But "impossible" can be such a fickle thing.
So part mystery with lots of introspection, In Plain Sight is a small bundle of carefully worded revelations that is a pleasure to read.