A woman is the victim of indentity theft and other crimes, while a murderer is also on the loose. This book dragged out forever and then wrapped up in just a few quick pages, very neatly. I was not thrilled with it at all. Not impressed.
I have read 5 of Judith Kelman's books so far, and enjoyed every one. This one was particularly gripping. HOWEVER, every ending so far has been ridiculous. I have come to realize that this author always leaves loose ends hanging, and always has an ending that doesn't make sense. However, I am still happy to read her books - the enjoyment I get for 95% of the book more than compensates for the weak endings.
A good read, with an unexpected ending. Too many different plots going on simultaneously, but still enjoyable. _Ridiculously_ small print, however, in the paperback edition.
Pretty good book. LOTS of details.
Identity Theft, Paranoia and Murder... Stunning Psychological Suspense! -Harlan Coben. I certainly enjoyed this exciting book. Very believable today with all the identity theft. oooh that's scary!
I had really hard time getting into this book. I have up on it after 5 chapters.
Good book. Lots of plot twists; deals with something that would devestate anyone (identity theft). Surprising ending.
I usually love her books.....this one dragged on & on with the storyline. Was a bit disappointing for me.