Don't botther with this version. The reader has all the emotional sensibility of someone reading the phone book
This is a well written book. The author hides the true murderer well. However, about 20 per through the book you want her to get on with the plot rather than the setting.
I like the fact that Parker has established a new character, but this book is a waste. Even for Parker this plot makes no sense. The last two hours cause you to loose any attachment with any character.
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