I had to make a long road trip so I grabbed The Fugitive to listen to on the way. I had been meaning to try one of Margolin’s books for a while. Although it was predictable in spots, it was entertaining and suspenseful. Charlie Marsh fled the US twelve years ago when he was accused of murder. He’s been living in the African country of Batanga, but has gotten in trouble with the mad, violent dictator of the country. Seems he doesn’t appreciate Charlie sleeping with his favorite wife. Figuring facing trail in the US is better than being tortured in the basement of the dictator’s house, Charlie comes back and turns himself into the District Attorney. Beforehand though, he promises World News magazine an exclusive interview as long as they arrange legal representation. Amanda Jaffe, young lawyer, is ready to take on the case. But there’s a lot of danger and suspense along the way.