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As I write this review, it is Tuesday, June 30th. This coming Saturday is July 4th. So, no big deal - except that part of the story happens on Saturday, July 4th. Was she, the author, looking ahead to this year's calendar when she wrote it? I don't know. Perhaps I'll post this review to her FaceBook page and ask.
Personally, I enjoy the way Giorgi blends science with detective work in the book. The science is evident throughout the book without bogging you down. It's exciting to see personal lives, mysteries, and medicine intersect as Track discovers the links between the deaths in Mosaics.
One of the most unique aspects of Giorgi's work is the sensory detail throughout the novel. It's hard not to picture the world through Track's eyes (ears and nose) with such vivid detail. Though I loved the first Track novel, I thought this one flowed even smoother.