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The New York Times Book ReviewRobotham is a writer of many voices, sounding exactly like a spoiled teenage girl one minute and, in the next breath, exactly like a frustrated parent. And while he seems to have a lot of sympathy for the families of missing children, the dynamic that truly engages him is the one between fathers and daughters. In this story there are good fathers, bad fathers, even monstrous fathers. The daughters are no saints either. But, for all that, they can't help loving one another.