It kind of felt like watching an old '80s rerun of Magnum PI or Colombo.
Interesting potential for unique plot, character, setting, if told with a more interesting voice and focus.
The plot is revealed through long monologues by characters speaking about what they did. The prose is replete with grandiose superfluous verbiage, as if Kellerman is trying to write too hard. He also wants to describe each room and character in excruciating detail, which leaves no room for imagination, if you pay attention and don't drift off out of boredom.
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