(The ninth book in the Culver Valley Crime series)
What a complicated story! Exactly as the character of Nicki. The ending - is not impressive at all: the murderer should be another personage, and not the one, chosen by author. On the last pages described something that has almost nothing in common with the plot of book, it could be a story for another novel. This book should have a different name - not "Woman with a secret," but "Women with a secret" - in plural.
I could not put this book down. I love books by Liane Moriarty and Tana French - and this was right up there with them. It was a fun and suspenseful read.
The reviews from notable authors had me intrigued. A few times it would just start to pique my interest and then it just turned me off with the language and lack of direction. I gave up after the first 40 pages and decided not to waste my time. I wondered why I had not read any of her books....now I know why.
Good idea but unnecessarily complicated.
Another intriguing, suspenseful psychological police procedural from a writer who's becoming a master of the genre.
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