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good at getting into the thought of people
on 12 October 2012
This book was interesting in that it developed characters from the inside.... how their inner mind worked and felt about life experiences. You could say it got inside their heads. That is the strong point and was a good story because of that interesting angle. The progress of the murders, how they occurred and the protagonist not being a suspect from an early stage was not realistic. But who cares, it was acceptable. The beauty of this book lies in JJ Franklin's skill on human perception and the way the characters are developed. The description of the killer's thoughts was very competently done, resulting in the reader understanding the why and how he is not normal. I think with feedback like this, JJ Franklin can keep the things that are done so expertly in this book and polish up on the believability of the plot in the next stories. Though a crime series is intimated in the book's product description on Amazon, I think Franklin should not write a series involving 'Matt and Eppy', but rather branch out into many different mystery novels.......BUT KEEP the expertise of getting inside people's heads.