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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 9, 2003

    A Good Psychological Thriller!

    This book is a strong new entry in the Lloyd/Hill series. More than any of her previous books, this one enters the dark side in full force. There are many sinister undertones throughout the book, and it makes the reader rush to keep up to them. In this book, Judy and Lloyd have their new daughter in their life, and along with sleepless nights, it causes Judy a lot of angst as it gets closer to her time for returning to work. A murder and a baby kidnapping that occur during this time runs closely parallel to all of Judy's guilty mother feelings. While on the murder case without Judy, Lloyd is finding that his theories are not making sense, and he can't make head or tail of the little puzzles liberally sprinkled througout the investigation. He feels in his gut that he's arresting the wrong person for the murder, but he has no way of proving who actually did it. All the available suspects seem to have cast-iron alibies. But on the very doorstep of their wedding ceremeony, Lloyd and Hill unmask the murderer. At the end of the book we see Lloyd and Judy actually getting married, and we actually discover Lloyd's hated first name. A stunner of a story!

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