I wanted to like this book. After reading "the Last thing she ever did" which I found interesting and believable I looked for another book by the same author. I guess it was unfortunate that it was this book that I chose for my second try--because after FINALLY getting through this book--I doubt I will ever buy another book by this same author. It's a bit hard for me to pinpoint what it was exactly that I did not like about the book. I did not like the main character she made me feel tired, I did not like her husband (not given much credit or personality), I did not like the inept FBI agent (Who goes up to a serial killer that has been in hiding for 20 years and tell them you think they are the person you've been looking for, someone who has been on the most wanted list for years, and then just leave) If this is how the FBI operates no wonder they don't have the greatest track record. And lastly as mentioned by another reviewer why describe the main character as a young girl with budding breasts when describing her when she was young (It just felt creepy) and seemed completely irrelevant, yet he uses this description more than once in the book.