I found this to be a good book overall, but it had problems throughout... the main character, Nora, began the story as an intelligent black widow type who carefully plotted her moves and never jumped the gun. But as the story went on she make several stupid choices and mistakes that didn't really fit in with the character. It was almost as if her flaws were magnified artifically... her mistakes weren't overly believable.
Much of the book is fairly predicatable, but it is a book you will want to finish to see what happens to the topless killer in hiding!
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