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Not bad; not one of his best - still worth a read
on May 3, 2017
Well done, not disappointing, but maybe not one of his best. The initial main plot line seems to disappear almost as quickly as it is introduced, mainly revisited in the prologue chapter. The story that eclipses the book is still riveting, as always, with the numerous twists that Kellerman is so skilled at. He gives another side to how we perceive celebrities, and without giving away spoilers, he does make me mildly suspicious of Brad Pitt and his true character, if only through suggestion with thinly veiled fictional characters. I did have initial reservations about this one due to the plot involving a dead infant, but the discovery of the baby's body is treated as gently as it could be, without being too graphic considering the subject matter. Definitely worth a read if you are an Alex Delaware fan and don't have high expectations for this one.