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Rolfs, a therapist, has created a large cast with multiple layers of personal issues that have you chasing down well-trampled bunny trails while the killer stares you in the face the entire time. While well-populated, each character has his or her own quirks and story line that keep them separated, even if you dare to put the book down for a day. Told in multiple viewpoints, sometimes a single time from a particular character, the reader is held at chilling arm’s length as the killer calmly presents the reasons behind the murder even as you get an inkling of what might be coming. Some repeated use of titles and full names and repetitious scenarios either heighten tension or slow the action depending on reader preference. For those who like a story laced with all the right reasons to live no matter who endangers your life.
The characters were extremely well crafted and the setting of the story intriguing. I could feel the bite of the cold March wind drifting up from the lake and picture the cliffs of Ireland and their deadly drop. The angst in my chest grew at each new development in the story.
Just when I thought I had the plot figured out – I discovered I didn’t. I read the last few chapters quickly because I sensed there would be one more murder before it was all over. Well Done, Ms. Rolfs; hope there will be more.