Angela's Reviews > Two Graves
Aug 22, 2011
Two Graves begins as most crime novels do: a crime (in this case, murder) is committed and the reader is introduced to the murderer's violence, followed by meeting the police officers and detectives who are charged with hunting the criminal down. Unlike most crime novels, however, Graystone's story is good and keeps your attention throughout each changing perspective. The tale is not told from the point-of-view of one character or perspective, but from all sides; within a handful of chapters, you have gained insight into the murderer, the victims, and the lead detective, for example. I really enjoyed this book and found that the writing kept me focused on the story, even with the different sub-plots and perspectives. The story is told in an interesting and intelligent way, always keeping the reader thinking, always wondering what comes next and who is next on the killer's list.
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