I loved this book! Great story and great characters! Judy Kaye does a wonderful job narrating, though her accents and tone sometimes slipped, I was too intrigued with the story to be bothered much by that.
I actually have this book both in paperback and audible. I usually spend most of my time listening to books during my 40+ minute commute to work, but this story had me wanting to find out what would happen next so I also picked up the paperback and read some as well.
From the beginning I was drawn into the story of Brigid Quinn. I certainly didn't agree or understand why she did some of the things that she did (or why she didn't do some things she should have!) but as the story progressed and I became to know more about the character, it seemed to make sense. She's a little complicated and think that she fully understands other people, which is why she does some of the things in her own way - but by the end she comes to realize that she doesn't know some of her closest friends as well as she had thought.
I'm trying not to give away the story - I really liked it and hope we get so see more of this character in future books or at least more exciting stories like this one from Becky Masterman.
I'm a big fan of Michael Connelly, Lee Child and James Patterson - Becky Masterman is right up there with these guys in her storytelling.
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