This was a good book by someone I'd never read before. Good story, well written. It was a library book that had been sold, so it still has the library symbols taped to the side binding of the book, otherwise it's in fairly good shape.
A good but predictable James Patterson read, the short chapters make it easy to follow, and it has enough mystery to make it a good ( but fluffy) suspense novel. I enjoyed it, and read it rather quickly.
This is my second favorite Jodi Picoult novel. Very intense, very deep, very scary. She delves deep into emotions of all involved in a high school shooting spree, including the shooter himself. This is very touching, and brought tears as I read it. She tells a great story and makes you feel the anguish, fear and anger of these people involved, and someone makes the shooter even seem pitiful. This could be anyone's son! Very deep novel, I thought.
Good book by Sue Grafton, although I was a little disappointed at the ending. There are two different story lines going on throughout the book; neither are related. The ending is a surprise, and the story ends abruptly; all in all, still a good Kinsey Millhone story.