If you've liked Danticat's other books, you'll love this one. Interesting premise, really pushes you to think about the personal v. the political and the nature (& limitations) of forgiveness. This is my favorite of her books, but still not quite my cup of tea.
The Dew Breaker has quite a complex storyline with many different players who make their appearances sporadically throughout. Not to mention, the narrator switches back and forth from present day events to memories. At times, I was confused enough to flip through the pages I've previously read. I think its like one of those movies you don't truly understand until you've seen the whole thing a couple of times. But I would be willing to get it from my public library if someone else would like to trade for this one.