I like Gregg Olsen, have read possibly all his true crime books and I think he is a dedicated researcher and detailed writer but, this book wasn't near as good as his non fiction. I listened to this book by adding Whispersync. The narrator was pretty good but I do not think people have the accents he gave them, too southern for where they were supposedly from. The accents detracted from the story. I didn't think Hannah, the main character, was disagreeable and unlikable, as some reviewers have said. I think she was fighting demons from the past and was preoccupied, trying to mesh the present with the past. The book help my attention but I did have to take a break from it now and then to refocus. I would probably have liked it better with a different ending but I hadn't figured it out until close to the end, a plus for any mystery. Three stars for the book, two for the narration.