Live Wire does give the impression towards the end that this may be the last appearance for Myron and his eccentric companions. I will personally be very sorry if this is the case as I have read just about all of this series and have enjoyed them all. I have read stories by leading authors of late, and David Baldacci and Patricia Cornwell spring to mind, where I have been left disappointed as their writing seemed to lack its previous sparkle. However, Harlan Coben is very reliable in that he seems able to write at a consistent standard and I never been disappointed with any of his books.
This particular tale is reasonably complex, and possibly not entirely believable. However, it is quite coherent, gathers pace as it progresses and can be considered a page turner, particularly towards the climax. Win, Big Cyndi and Esperanza have developed during this series and I think that anyone reading Live Wire as their first Myron Bolitar tale may well consider them so bizarre as to stretch credibility. However long term readers will probably feel, like me, that they are almost like old friends.
So, not the best Bolitar tale and not the worst but a good read. I understand that Mickey, Myron's nephew is starring in subsequent books which are described as a young adult stories so I really hope that this series will not be taking over from Myron and Co.