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Silent Mercy by Linda Fairstein
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Sep 13, 2011

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bookshelves: action, crime, detective, murder, mystery, religion, paul-s-recommendation
Read in September, 2011

She gave enough clues to figure out the profession of the killer, but no more. I prefer mysteries where you have at least a chance of figuring out who dunnit. Also, I found the conversations difficult to follow at times, especially when 3 or 4 people were talking; you had to guess from the context who was speaking. And little inconsistencies like, "I'm not sure how he got the information to find my home," when the man had explained that on the previous page. She does include lots of interesting history of New York City and the Cape Cod area, which would make the book particularly appealing to someone who lives there and knows the places of which she speaks. Her books always include all sorts of information.

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