Bell's latest book, The Whole Truth, probably ranks number three is his books overall. The plot is about a man who witnessed his older brother's kidnapping at a young age. His brother ends up being kidnapped by a strange cult living in the mountains. The most interesting part of it is the plot's character involvment. Tangled in a giant web are the lawyer, who is having finacial troubles, his ex-wife, his new secretary, his neighbor, his lost brother, the cult, local gangs, and the cult's servants. Here Bell weaves a web that takes the entire book to unravel. The characters are well developed and the end is climatic and holds one's attention. However, this should probably be Bell's last book, since he has written so many already that all have somewhat similar plots. Also he should try having no lawyer character for once.
Stephen feels that this is tied for Bell's best work and gives it 4.65 stars. Jandrew gives it 4 stars.