a very nice story.
Slow start but then got good
I wasn’t in love with this book. I found the storyline to be very slow; it did pick up in the last half, but I still found myself only listening to the book because I felt like I had to finish it.
Great book. From the first chapter on it kept me hooked. I like the way the writer weaved in more than one story. The narrator was very good. A good mystery novel.
I really enjoyed this book. You think you know what's happening a dozen different times, but you'll have to wait till the end to get the truth. I just hate how fast they unwind at the end. I wish there was a little more after.
I enjoyed the book. The beginning was a bit slow with the character development. But the last 1/3 of the book was the best part by far.
I had chosen this book because I had read all of Alafair's father's stories. I don't think she is up to his level yet. Story line was a little slow getting started and then became quite predictable. Narrator could have used more voice deflection.
It was good. Kept me interested. Plot twists and unexpected turns. Recommend.
Loved it. Kept me thinking until the end.
Great listen for work commute. Suspenseful and engaging.
A former deputy district attorney in Portland, Oregon, Alafair Burke now teaches criminal law at Hofstra Law School and lives in New York City. A graduate of Stanford Law School, she is the author of the Samantha Kincaid series, which includes the novels "Judgment Calls", "Missing Justice", and "Close Case". Her most recent book is "Angel's Tip", the second thriller featuring Ellie Hatcher.