Very grisly murder in Michigan. A story of two people who believed their past was about to be reveiled by a woman who's only thoughts were to help her best friend through the grieving process after the recent loss of her husband.
This book was hard for me to get into. The crack-smoking, drug dealing pair who killed two people just plain weren't interesting. I have read other books by Rosen and generally like his writing but this seemed as if he was as uninspired by the topic as I was reading it. Most of the book consisted of the interview(s) conducted with the female of the pair who is eager to get loose and 'return to her children.' I found myself praying she wouldn't. The vocabulary was very limited, and I found the description of the crime incoherent and scampering around in time. Just not enough material and people who were basically boring.