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O.K. for a free book, but too dragged out
on 22 September 2014
This book will not offend anyone - it had no sex, foul language or gruesome details of the murders.
However, I felt it was rather dragged out, especially after 50% through the book.
Juliet is a psychotherapist who also counsels at an abortion clinic.
Three murders in the first few chapters are somehow linked to her.
After that I found it a bit repetitive with many phone calls between Juliet and the policeman in charge
of the investigation, and her being called to the police station a lot to really just go over the same
Besides the murders, Juliet was trying to uncover the truth about her brother's death many years
before - was it an accident, or something else? The various strands did come together in the end,
but I was starting to skip paragraphs by then just to get to the end.
For a free book it was o.k., but I wouldn't want to pay for it.