While not a Joe Pickett novel, it is a very good read. Without the burden of keeping readers up on the present and past of so many characters from the lengthy series of Pickett lore, the author is free to tell a largely unencumbered tale of Cassie Sewell. The plot is devious, although it has some predictability, and the action is fast paced. While a male writing from a female point of view is always suspect, it seemed to work for me. I look forward to reading more of this character, her life and her cases.

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