Meh ~ I've read all the Decker/Lazarus books, and while I do appreciate that Faye Kellerman has "aged" the duo appropriately, I was sorry to see that Rina has been reduced to a footnote of her former self. The story itself was interesting (as always) but I wasn't at all captivated by it. I found myself longing for more of a story line for Rina as well as more lessons in the Jewish faith (which as someone whose knowledge of the Jewish faith was limited to generalities such as matzoh and bagels) I thought was an ingenious way to introduce it to the masses. Anyway, it was worth the read but I honestly don't see where the author can take this formerly dynamic duo from here nor do I think I care.
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