Top positive review
on 2 April 2016
Unlike some other reviewers I loved this just as much as the first 2 as it was a different "formula", if you like. Not only were Rizzoli and Isles dealing with murders and autopsies - but they were also going through turmoil in their love lives. The parallel story threads of the 2 women's personal lives explored how they both put up barriers to protect themselves from hurt. But were then stopping themselves from loving and being loved.
Yes, there was a bit of a loose end as to why the killer did what he did. But life is like that - everything doesn't always get resolved and wrapped in a neat little bow.
I couldn't put it down and, in between chores and gardening, read it in a day.