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Trace Evidence Paperback – December 8, 2012
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I predict Robert Banfelder will rise to the top of the New York Times best seller list very very soon.
I truly enjoyed reading Trace Evidence and all the twists and turns. It is worth noting that the author spent a lot of time carefully introducing and developing the main characters at the beginning of the book. I came to understand and greatly appreciate this effort later on as the novel progressed. It would be inadvisable to presume that once Howard Mills' guilty sentence was reached the rest of the book would focus mainly on his ill-fated life in prison as he awaited death by lethal injection - far from it. Actually, at the very point when Howard is sentenced to die by lethal injection, the book takes off in another direction altogether and so does the intrigue. Being unfamiliar with the actual case the book was based upon made the fictitious novel even more compelling for me because I did not find myself looking for comparisons. As I grew closer to the book's conclusion, I wished it would go on for just a few more chapters because I never wanted it to end.
I would recommend Trace Evidence to anyone who enjoys a psychological thriller that leaves them mystified at the end of one chapter only to be segued to another thrilling episode at the beginning of the next chapter. This is a surefire way of keeping the reader guessing but never bored.
Be prepared. The ending brilliantly takes yet another unexpected turn involving the least likely of suspects.