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This story is well developed, with an excellent plot and characters you would actually like to meet because you have learned something about them and who they are.
For those who care, the book has no misused or misspelled words. The story flows smoothly and effortlessly. Events unfold perfectly to reveal the identity of the killer and the culmination of the tale.
The characters are under-developed. Very little depth and the author draws out the character information so long and so slow, that by the time you get another character insight, it's too little too late. The characters didn't seem to react realistically in most every scene. There was no background info for the reader to use to even try to figure out some of the character's personalities. Some of the characters didn't even need to be in the book! Daniel Forrest for one!
There were a lot of unanswered questions, so I wouldn't classify this book as stand-alone. However, I was so disappointed in this book, I don't care to get the answers.
The plot was way too prosaic! I've read this plot line, by much better writers, so many times I'm beginning to wonder if there is a shortage of imagination in the murder mystery genre. The only answers you need to figure this story line out is to read the prologue.
I really did not like the ending. I admit that I intensely dislike books where the heroine – who until now has been shown to be level-headed and intelligent – does something incredibly stupid and has to be rescued. I did not like the way the male cop's disorder was left up in the air, obviously to be continued in the next book, but it could have been handled much better. Apparently the authors decided they were finished, even though the book wasn't.
I wanted to like this book more than I did.
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Not your average mystery book...a must read
Highly recommend for all types of readers young and old alike