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Grandma Barbara said:
Sharon tries to find her missing, mentally ill half-brother and learns he’s tangled in an old murder. Like the latest Sue Grafton, this story is told from three points of view: Sharon’s, her brother Darcy’s, and her nephew/assistant Mick’s. To me, this style is an unsatisfactory change in a long-running series. It weakens the intimacy I feel for the main character. With my favorite series that built-up intimacy can sometimes let me overlook plot or characterization weaknesses, for old time’s sake. With this book, feeling a distancing from Sharon, I was more aware of the unlikely complexity of the story line and the arbitrary behavior of the bad guys. Not Muller’s best work
posted Dec 14, 2011 at 12:32PM
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Tries to help her emotional disturbed half brother; gets caught in a dangerous game.