I had high hopes of this book on the back of the author's previous releases. The two main characters were building up a connection with the reader and I was sufficiently interested to want to read more. I have read more and I rather wish I hadn't! The book does get off to a good and typical start but once the reader is diverted by a devotion to profiling Lena, I began to lose interest. From that point, Sara and Jeffrey seem to take a back seat, especially Sara. Lena is a blob of indecision and for my money does not fit into the thrust of the story. The other main characters just seemed so boring and useless that I had the killer sorted quite quickly. Quite why it took the author so many pages to get rid of him, whilst everyone dithers around seemed to me to be symptomatic of the book. Follows of the author will no doubt buy the book, as I did. Whether I buy her next release is a definite maybe and will probably depend on whether Lena is still around!