This was not the author's best work. I have read all of her books, so I have a basis for comparison. I found the plot confusing and it had a non-ending. I realize that, in real life, many murder cases aren't solved; so, perhaps Ms. Kellerman was trying to give a different perspective on detective work than in her prior books where Decker et. al. crack the cases wideopen. However, this ending left me empty. Also, I can't for the life of me figure out what the purpose was for the character Genoa Greeves. Can anyone enlighten me?
I will still read anything Faye Kellerman writes!
I loved it. It was hilarious. I couldn't stop listening. Of course the story was unrealistic, a soap opera with a happy ending. Nevertheless, it gave me a happy, warm feeling and I was sorry that it came to an end, so much so that I listened to the ending twice!
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