The book spent a lot of time on developing the main characters (the two detectives) but there was a lot of dead space (no pun intended) with not much happening in the way of clues. I suppose that was meant to make it more realistic. Unfortunately, I figured out the killer as soon as the character was introduced which is always a bit of a letdown. Still, even though I spent most of the book being frustrated that the detectives were missing the obvious, it was worth reading just for the characters alone and I hope the writer brings Beckett and Tanaka, and their homicide division crew, back again.
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