A good book, but I'm ready for Kate White to write a novel about a *new* character - i.e. one who doesn't have a journalism background and who doesn't live in New York and have issues with their ex. The Sixes was the closes to a fresh character I've seen, but that one still had the classic over-explanation of the character's though process with mostly the same voice that all other main characters in her novels typically have.
The character familiarity aside, this is a quick read and just as enjoyable as the rest of her novels.
A good mystery read mixed with Romance. The first 200 pages is a bit slow.
I read this book as part of a "Big Read." I must confess it is not my favourite genre but I enjoyed it nevertheless.
White has written a decent thriller with all the elements necessary to make it interesting.
The red herrings however proved to be just that - red herrings; and, the culprit was somewhat obvious. All in all a good summer read.
A nice, fast mystery read
I knew within the first 25 pages who the baddie would be but didn't know how the author would get there. The plot was interesting, if a little dragged out in places.
a little draggedout, maybe a bit predictable in places, but overall okay.
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