Loved this entire series, getting to know the whole story of the governor and the residents of woodberry. A little disappointed that some of the original characters from the tv show did not play a bigger role in the book, however it did not take away from this story. I would say this final book had more climatic action and was just as well written and narrorated as the previous 3 books. It wont let you down.
This book has a wonderful story line, if you can be patient enough to let it suck you in. It starts out with a suspenseful bang, however between chapters 3 and 10 I almost quite on this book. It got very boring, learning about the two main characters (a pair of detectives) and going about their day to day lives. But when the plot finally got going and they got back to the action, it was hard to put down.
About a quarter of the way into the book, the plot picks up pretty well. This isn't your typical serial killer story, the plot takes you all the through the process of solving this gruesome crime, with many possible suspects, leaving you trying to figure it out along with the detectives the whole time. I was satisfied with the resolution and answers at the end of this story.
I'm a southern girl. His accent of the this gritty Yankee hard nose veteran detective got on my nerves at first. But I got use to it and ended up likeing it. There are a lot of characters in this book, both male and female, and he brought all of them to life. He did a fantastic job.
Don't have a tag line but this would make a good movie.
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