From Publishers Weekly
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It was a pretty gripping thriller. Reading the book was almost as good as being there.Tess just keeps getting better and better. .Published 1 month ago by saif ur rehman
This is the second time I read this book and I enjoyed it as much or better then the first time.Published 1 month ago by Esther kesling
I have read several of Lippman's books, but was disappointed that in this book, so many references were made to the last book. Read morePublished 5 months ago by jjacobson
The phrase "literally and figuratively" was overused so many times that I wished I had started counting from the beginning. The editors surely overlooked this excessive usage.Published 8 months ago by Peggy Teney
I was so afraid we might just lose our Tess. I couldn't put this or down. With this series you become invested in the characters and they become old friends.Published 9 months ago by ThePope01
Not much else to say. I've not read anything from Laura Lippman, especially in the Tess Monaghan series, that was not an excellent read.Published 10 months ago by SearchingforTruth
I just could not get into this. While other reviewers liked it, I found it uninspired, unimaginative, and not worth my time or money. I'm not a member of her targeted audience.Published 14 months ago by srdowns
Everything Laura Lippman writes resonates -the way she describes family interactions.The way she describes city milieus.
And the way you notice her love of place. Read more