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Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2020
Another fun "who dunnit" by Colleen Coble. She does a good job of keeping me guessing. I didn't figure out the culprit until the 80% mark. But a major way Coble disguises the killer's identity is by throwing so many characters and so much information at you to cloud your mind. I always finish her books feeling a little befuddled - like I need to go back through and re-read it, knowing what I know now. I also have petty complaints about the writing style: the romantic relationship felt very contrived, the dialogue seems unnatural, and it drives me crazy that these people don't seem to have jobs! Or at least they never go to them! Haha. For those reasons, I give the book 3 stars, but it was an interesting story and a good read.
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