Written from the perspective of the alleged killer, this story kept me interested to the end. We only know what's in the mind of our protagonist, so we hear about others if they speak to our guy or we learn information as our guy discovers it. I will often quit a book if I feel like "nothing is happening." You would think that letting the fscts unfold through our guy's eyes/mind would seem rather slow. But, that is not the case here. Additionally, the story is dependant on the reader's perfect pitch and interpretation. Dick Hill nails it.
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