Soliday remembers little from that night, but carries an uncertain guilt he can't shake. Now, as the players from 1979 fall prey to an unknown killer, Soliday himself is accused of murder. And as the puzzle unfolds, the people he most suspects are those he has entrusted with his defense - his ambitious defense attorney and his oldest friend.
A man's past, both what he remembers and what he fears, has never felt so crushing - and may well leave him without a future.
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A reading friend recommended I give David Ellis a try so I did and this was my first Ellis experience. It was a good lawyer, court room whodunnit. One thing that was interesting was that Dick Hill was the narrator, he's also the narrator for the Lee Childs' Jack Reacher character. It took a couple of chapters to get used to it not being a Jack Reacher story. Still the author spun a good yarn and it was entertainig.
The story was not believable. Petsonally I like a plot that does not involve the good furtune of a wizard that can align all moons with the stars to succeed in the crime. It is mote fun if you have a chanse to figure it out.
Love thought provoking and well written mystery or suspense novels.
This was my first David Ellis novel but it wasn't my last. As soon as I finished this I was gathering up the rest of David's works. His journey as a novelist has been a great one. I didn't love his first two books but he improves so much with age. This one was brilliant ! Dick Hill as always is a great narrator that just adds to the enjoyment.
well-crafted, entertaining, well-read
It opens slowly, sometimes not clear about what is happening, then click by click it unfolds.
Too long for that, but yes.
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