This book certainly has all the aspects of a thriller. A man's (Joseph Lee) wife is murdered. He is accused of killing her. After investigations he's acquitted but the people in his town still feel that he did it. Then he meets Riso and his wife, Zala, who is the spitting image of Joseph's dead wife. This is where the thrills begin. You certainly keep going because you want to know what happens next. I like the construction of the chapters. They are short and encourage you to turn the pages for more. The plot is good; however, i would have preferred that no bad language was used. For me it spoilt the flow of the language and was not necessary. However, this plot would be great in a feature film.