Like many others I have listened to True Blue and found it to be too implausible and cliche ridden. Ostensibly written before True Blue, First Family ..Show More »rocks you from the first page and continues apace. The plot moves so rapidly that, and is woven so intricatley, that you could easily forget that it is a "series" book that renews the reader's relationship with Sean King and Michelle Maxwell.
It seems to me that David Baldacci's books are most enjoyable when the central character (hero or villain) is a misunderstood loner with real old fashioned values. It works for him in First Family and the narrator just adds to what would be a pulsating read.