Not everything is what it seems
This book has a fast pace adrenalin drive as it takes into the 48 hour time frame to solve the case. I really liked the two different narrative view points one of Dove Connelly the investigator on the case with some personal ties to the victim, and a first person narrative of Tessa Bradley.
Both view points bring out hidden clues of what each character is battling at that moment, and a past that continues to haunt them.
Every character is well developed through the on going story line. What really takes you by surprise is the sudden twist in turns of what we ourselves think of certain characters according to what they do for a living, Or their wealth or lack there of.
So read this book with open eyes and see what you want to see and then see what we should see in other people. Like the old saying goes. Never judge a man by what others say about him, but what he says about others.
An excellent read to make you think long after you turn the last page.
I received a complimentary copy of this book in order to review it.