Eric Jerome Dickey is one of those authors that always tells a good story with some deeper message. This is no different. The message here? Don't judge a book by it's cover.
I liked the real-life feel of what was going on. Nothing was really black and white (pun intended). In the real world truth is subjective and things get messy. Clean cut resolutions? They live in fiction land. This easily could have been a four or even a five star book with one big hurdle to overcome - I didn't like the main character Jordan Greene. Oh well, such is life.