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As a mistery, this book wins! It's been a while since a mistery left me clueless as to who the murder was. And it's not that the pieces aren't there, but that the author plays them so well, we end up supecting everyone, except the real murderer. It was kind of fun, actually, to do this 'mind-game'.
My only three problems with this book were: Hammond. Alez and the sex.
Still, this was a very enjoyable read, and that's saying a lot, considering I'm not a fan of the genre. I'll definetly read something else of this author in the future.
Note: I won this book through First-Reads, and the author sent me the book and a book-marker, both autographed. Thank you!