I dove into this book. It started out great, a thrilling page-turner. I gradually lost interest in the story after the first half. Some of the characters were interesting, some bored me. The plot twists were not at all surprising and I found myself skimming through much of the book toward the end. I had no doubts about the innocence of the accused. Was I supposed to think she was guilty? The story line focused on whether or not she was guilty, and it shouldn't have in my opinion. This book was mildly entertaining, the second half very disappointing, the ending too abrupt. Perhaps I just wasn't in the mood for another whodunit. I've definitely read better. This was my first book by John Lescraort. I'll give him another try sometime.
I really liked this book! The Hunt Club is a diversified group that came together as an investigation agency after Wyatt Hunt was forced from his job. His job of helping children in peril was very gratifying for him, but when he had to make the decision to leave the state agency, he started the Hunt Club, and in this book, they are after the killer of a well known federal judge and his mistress.