The book had great hope in the beginning but lost momentum along the way. It seemed, to me anyway, that the author couldn't decide whether he wanted to write a book about truck driving or murder. It ended up being a book about trucks and the men who drive them. I liked Hunter, but not the book. Too slow, painstakingly slow and drawn out. And the plot was very loosely woven, and therefore became uninteresting.
The author rushed the ending, left too many strings dangling, and it was extremely frustrating. I do not like it when I take time out of my day to anticipate reading a good book, only to be left with a rushed and choppy ending. And the overuse of th F- bomb did nothing to enhance my reading.
I guess what disturbed me the most was the way the daughter so quickly - Spoiler Alert! accepted the news about her spouse and even knowing what happened, still wanted her children to be a part of his life!! Hello! This was not believable when all she did was grieve about her father throughout the whole book. I understood her need to grieve, and for that very reason, it was not believable that she would even entertain the very idea of them being in his life. If writing a book that includes loss of a,loved one, then please be authentic all the way through the book.