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And Still, She Wept .... And still, I read......UNPUTDOWNABLE
on February 6, 2012
This is a fantastic read. Reilly, a recently bereaved NY cop, heads to North Carolina in order to chase what seems to be a serial killer. A very clever, precise killer who seemingly leaves no trace.
The pacing of the book never lets up. Even when Reilly and Claire, the head of the unit he heads to, take a day off, readers are scanning details, wondering if the baddie is near them. As we learn more of the baddie's story, we understand more, and carefully look for more information and insight.
Not a short read, And Still, She Wept, not only has a great title, but is a gripping read. I would strongly recommend this book to anyone. Mystery/Thriller is not my preferred genre (bought it for the great title), but I could not put this book down. The characters are so interesting, the story so sad and intense, the ramifications so horrific, the timelines so tight that this book captures you from the start.