Maureen, a mental breakdown survivor, is about to end her affair with a married man when she discovers his body in her living room, his throat slit. Suspected of murder, Maureen must act fast - before the real killer comes after her.
I would not say that I’m disappointed, but I’ve to admit that I expected more of this book. Must be because when ever you read that a book/author is brushing the status of extraordinary, it isn’t hard to fall short. Besides what I just said this crime novel is quite different to what I’m used to. The main character is not the usual cop/PI but a normal citizen that seek revenge and justice for what was done to her and other women. All in all the plot and the way Mina tells the story are ok, but I get the sense that either I expected too much from this or it didn’t have the same punch as others crime book such Blood Memory or Shadow Man. Two book which also have female main protagonists.
It will be hard for me to give a try to the sequel because there are so many good books out there, but who knows… says that time cures everything.