I loved this book and love the whole series. Always look forward to the next installment.
This novel continues the story about characters involved in Marson's third book, " Evil Games".
She starts this fifth installment in the Kim Stone series with a fresh case for this detective and her team to solve, but that story line gradually takes second place as she focuses on the controlling Alex Thorne and her ability to manipulate people. That storyline is drawn out as if this character seems to have a hold on the author, and she can't let it go. I hope Thorne won't reappear in another of Marson's novels. I also hope that I won't be reading more about Kim's childhood and her mentally ill mother. Five books of those references makes them tiring to read.
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