Not since Laurie R. King's "Folly" have I encountered such a page turner. Once this book pulls you in, you're likely to spend more time reading it then you planned. The flawed characters are complex and interesting and the mystery is engrossing. I'm one of those readers who can't help trying to figure out the outcome of a story before the author is willing to provide it. Sometimes I'm right early on and sometimes I change my mind as I continue reading. With this novel, even though the clues were there and I dutifully noticed them, the author cleverly diverted my attention so that I ended up with so many possibilities running around in my mind I couldn't latch onto one for very long with any real conviction. I do have one grip, but it's a spoiler so I will keep it to myself.
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