Fault Line is part political thriller and part family drama with enough sexual tension to make it truly compelling. Ben, an American assassin between assignments, is called back to Silicon Valley by his estranged brother, Alex. Alex, a big shot patent lawyer, becomes concerned when two people close to him are killed and someone breaks into his house. The relationship between the two never recovered from the death of their sister when they were all in high school, but they must now find a way to trust each other.
This book hits on many current trends, cyberwarfare and blogs being the most evident. Even having the love interest, Sarah, be a Iranian-American made the story feel up-to-the-minute.
I loved the different political views of each of the characters and how it influenced their actions. I could identify with them all, which is something more people in the government should take the time to do!
I really liked the book and recommend it. There is a possibility of a sequel and I am hoping it will happen. I’d love to read more about the Treven brothers.