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There is only one thing that upset me with this book. I didn't realize it was book 6! I saw it as a recommendation all over and jumped into it without even noticing it was a series. As the main character talked of his past I thought, that would make a great book too... then it dawned on me. I never read a book I know the ending to... but for the first time ever, I must go back and read this entire series despite knowing information before hand. Based on this book, I can't wait to see how the beginning of this series goes. I fully expect to enjoy the twists and turns and thrills awaiting me in his other works.
Overall, best psychological thriller I've read all year. I've been searching for a new (to me) author who can really spin a story and I think I've found him in Michael Robotham. Five stars for sure.
I love the characterization in his books and enjoy the way the author has cultivated the friendship between Joe and Ruiz. While it will mean more if you read these books from the beginning of the series, you don't have to.
Two girls went missing. After three years, the body of one of the girls is found, frozen and mutilated. Is the other girl still alive? A family has been murdered in a farm house and the house torched. A young man is accused, but psychologist Joe O’Loughlin believes he is innocent and that the murder and the girls are connected.
The book starts off very well with a compelling opening of the situation from the perspective of a 15-year-old girl. Robotham captures the voices and personalities of his characters. He does have a compelling voice filled with wry humor and pragmatism.
Joe is an interesting character; very human with his own shortcomings and insecurities. Robotham does a good job of bringing readers, new and old, up to date on Joe’s life.
The story is about two cases; one which began in the past, one in the present. The threads are joined together very well and with a good building of suspense.
Where the story falls down is in its predictability. Because of its structure, you can guess the outcome, although not the villain, very early on.
“Say You’re Sorry” is not Robotham’s best work, which is sad. He is a very good writer who has written some wonderful books. Unfortunately, this is not one of them.
SAY YOU’RE SORRY (Lic Invest/Psychologist-Joe O’Loughlin-England-Contemp) – Okay
Robotham, Michael - 6th in series
Mulholland Books (LB&Co), 2012
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