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After a number of good reviews on this book
on 12 November 2014
After a number of good reviews on this book, I am sorry to say that I feel just the opposite. I have read 44% and decided I can't read any more. As a copy editor and proofreader I have seen so many errors in the story that it fails to capture my interest. Regardless of the numerous spelling and punctuation errors (not just the difference between USA/English) there are a number of story line errors that should not have crept in.
When Edwin‘s wife is found by the police without any identification they use the term ‘Jane Bloggs’, the correct term is ‘Jane Doe’. In the story the Scene of Crime officer (SOCOs) is called a Coroner, who also works at the morgue, where as a Coroner is an elected public officer whose principal duty is to inquire by an inquest into the cause of any death which there is reason to suppose is not due to natural causes.
I could go on, but it’s not good news, I have struggled to give this story any stars.