The style of writing was straight-forward. The careful building of a case against an individual after a series of killings. The fitting together of all the pieces when you learned who the true murderer was. It was all quite snug in retrospect, but I was left feeling like there should have been something more. I find myself turning back to the book for see if I missed something, but I haven't.
It's a bit odd that.
Do I think I would read more of the Andy Broussard/Kit Franklin mysteries? I don't know. See I wonder if part of my issue was with the format I received, a kindle book that kept having breaks in the flow from the "headers" of pages being inserted improperly into the text. This meant the flow of reading was continually interrupted.
It was neat to have the surprise at the end. I appreciated that and then the tying to pieces altogether so I knew how they fit and why it made sense now.
Overall a good book. A good medical, forsenic mystery.
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