This is an entertaining story line, with some engaging characters, though the old doc seems too good and helpful to be true. The female rookie is entirely unbelievable; her motivations and internal life are left ill-defined. Too many things are left under-developed in this book. We are left too many things with not absolutely certain, not absolutely clear at the end of it all.
I found the reader a bit annoying, with a strange cadence and inflection to his narration. The reader for "A Darkness More than Night" has a delivery more appropriate to this type of novel.
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