Carson Ryder has left Alabama and Harry Nautilus for the sunny climes of Miami. He thrust into a dark case of human trafficking. As usual with Kerley he slow unpeels the case, adding a few layers inbetween.
The characters are well done, to a degree. Some felt a bit plain and weak. Carson's new sidekick Ziggy Gerswhin is fully fleshed-out and likeable.
The antagonists are dark, and incredibly creepy. While the story is good, and paced well it does suffer from a couple of clichés especially the end which I spotted a mile off. That kind of annoyed me that the ending was so unoriginal. Without giving plot lines away, there are few clever plot devices and the prose is good, if… Read more