The Guise of Another by Allen Eskens
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Suspense novels should be suspenseful - this just missed that. The questions raised early on (about the Grand Jury hearing for Alexander, for example) are clearly not as important as the mystery of Who Was James Putnam and once that really starts chugging along, the only real question is how high the body count would go. I missed by two. Beyond that, there's no real suspense and (for me) no one to really root for.
ARC provided by publisher.