This book turned out to be more interesting than I anticipated. Beware, though. The first 70 pages are pretty slow, and you may wonder when the author is going to get to the heart of the story. Once the author gets rolling, the story is a page-turner and will leave you anxious to find out who the guilty really are.
This book really had no point. At first, the concept of hearing a new point of view was exciting, but it was a disappointment. The character really could not speak for Mary and the characters she ran across couldn't either. Therefore the "question of guilt" was never answered and the main character's life got in the way of telling the story.