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This seemed like a new style - approx three different stories that switch every couple of pages and then come together at the end. The idea works if you remember each bit of the story, but doesn't work, because you start becoming interested and then you lurch on to the next story after a couple of pages. This made it feel disjointed and almost feeling that the author wrote a bit, had a good idea about the next bit, wrote that and then had another idea and wrote another bit. Also, there seemed to be segments missing where somebody was alive and the next minute they are dead having been hit by a car. However, you don't read the bit about the car accident, you just arrive in the morgue with the dead person.
The storyline didn't work for me either, characters from previous books that were dead, miraculously had twins .
No, this one just didn't work for me in the same way as previous books,but maybe it was trying to pull too many threads together from previous books to bring a few ideas to a close. Maybe a good read for other people, but not for me this time.