Sandra Brown's books are usually very engrossing and enjoyable. However, this was the one exception. Except for the opening scene, there was very little in the way of drama or action. It was mainly police interrogations followed by the "he said...she said" type of stuff. And I grew weary of reading about Detective Hatcher's hard-ons for the victim/suspect (who happens to be married) on every other page. I normally finish a good book within 4-5 days and I had reached the point where I was dreading having to pick this one up. It took two weeks for me to make it only halfway through the book before I decided to put it down for good.
A suspensful thriller of murder and betrayal in high society Savannah, where a homicide detective finds his career and life on the line. This is one excellent read for those who like thrillers and suspensed. I highly recommend this book.
I was pleasantly surprised how good this book was. It has many twists and turns that I did not see coming, which I throughly enjoyed.
Excellent story with some nice twists and turns. Human nature at its finest (not)
Intense as only Sandra Brown knows how to do. You won't know who or what to believe until the end. It keeps you going all the way through.