rating: 4 of 5 stars
I didn't give this five stars because this book took me two chapters before I was hooked. It begins with a grieving daughter whose father has been murdered. Within the first few pages I knew who did it but that wasn't the point of the story. Three women all figure it out, but there is no hard evidence. The heart of the book is what these women do about it. The subplot was great and in the end, it was a book that stayed with you. I really liked it.
(One of my little pet peeves is there is a difference between suspense and confusion and sometimes Wilhelm gets the two confused.)
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