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Posted July 18, 2011
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Predictable but a strong story
Gerri Hill is particularly adept at creating strong female characters. In this book she has two complex women who have been seriously damaged in earlier events, yet still able to perform at a high level of efficiency. Andrea and Cameron are smart and extremely capable, strong and vulnerable, like two sides of the same coin, but their emotional baggage is making both of their lives unsatisfying. Hill is able to develop an intricate murder plot while letting the reader watch them try to heal each other. The best part is that both of the women are believable. They aren't perfect and they struggle to make things work. Sometimes they make mistakes and the pain each is feeling comes off of the pages.
Gerri Hill has written a number of novels that vary in quality. Devil's Rock is one of the better ones. The story is predictable, but the characters are appealing and well developed. The suspense around the murders remains strong throughout the book. This one is worth a few hours of reading.
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