Not quit as good as some of Kellerman's other novels.
I particularly liked Faye Kellerman's early novels but this one is just dull. There's absolutely no action; the entire novel seems to consist of the detectives relating the content of interviews to each other. Worse yet, Rina barely makes an appearance and the Jewish culture that has played such a role in the early books is nearly invisible except for a couple of discussions about whether or not they will be able to eat kosher on an upcoming cruise. Maybe this book gets really exciting in the last quarter but I am too bored to finish it.
Another excellent mystery by Faye Kellerman. A cold case is brought forward to be re-investigated due to a sizable donation being offered by a wealthy Silcon Valley tech for the murder to be solved.
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