Dugoni applied the Page 69 Test to his new novel, The Last Agent, and reported the following:
On page 69, Charles Jenkins enters a Swiss Bank in Moscow. His mission is to make a deposit into an account in order to obtain his signature card. He needs the signature card to determine the name of the teller who opened his account and likely opened the account of Victor Federov (using an alias). Without Federov, Jenkins cannot move forward. The quest would fail. So page 69 is much like the rest of the novel in that every step Jenkins takes is dependent on him succeeding in the prior step. If he fails at the bank, the story ends.Visit Robert Dugoni's website and Facebook page.