Great book, I'm going to read the series now that I've started on this one. It doesn't appear to matter that I've read them out of order, doesn't refer to past cases enough to take away from this book at all. Kept my interest right to the end!
I thought this was an excellent memoir up to page 264. At that point she went from being in high school to being married, getting divorced, with a child on the way. I can't help but wonder what happened between these chapters.Felt like a large chunk was left out.
Pleasantly surprised with this author. This book does have a couple of the same characters as Killing Her Softly, but it is also a stand alone book. Interesting story line, and didn't figure out who did it till it was pointed out.
Save yourself some time. Read the above description then read something else instead. I hate to say it because I've thought of Alex and Milo as my own personal friends, but it's high time they die off. Nothing new or exciting here folks :(
I'm about half way through and came to see if anybody else had commented on all the footnotes. I'm enjoying the plot, still LOLing (is that a word?) but having to ignore the footnotes or my teeth start to grind. Grrr. Too bad, as I was really hoping for a few more in this series to enjoy.
3rd in the "Truth" series. Unfortunately I figured out who done it in the first 41 pages, didn't even need to peek to the last pages except to confirm my beliefs. I continued reading to see exactly "how" it happened, and was NOT dissapointed! Good book!
My copy of this book has 4 ISBN numbers in the front, and 2 in the back. The only one that would take in the system is one in the front of the book. It is the same picture, and 736 pages long. I don't know where else to post this, so doing it here.