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BlueInk Reviews...a ghastly confession of brutal crimes, mostly committed during the World War II era.
Author Karmel Arbelaitz has an excellent command of the English language; the narrator's vocabulary in his philosophical contemplations is sometimes esoteric. More importantly, Arbelaitz has crafted an intriguing storyline.
...and, just when the plotline appears to be winding down, there's a final twist that shakes up everything, but makes perfect sense given the subtle cues provided.
With its haunting, 19th century quality reminiscent of Edgar Allan Poe, this book is well worth a read.