"I’ve seen few mainstream thrillers about political espionage and terrorism that are written as competently as Robertson’s" writes Lambda Literary Review. Of Amy Dawson Robertson's follow-up to the critically acclaimed Miles to Go, reviewer Lori L. Lake goes on to say:
...A twisty drama filled with tension, homegrown terrorism, and the machinations of the “teammates” Rennie must work with. Every step of the way she must battle her doubts and her mistrust not just of others, but also of her own perceptions and beliefs... [Dawson's] style is a joy to read. Scapegoat is a well-plotted, ably executed thriller peopled with interesting characters whom I hope we will see more of in future installments.
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