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This was supposed to be a mystery, but reads more like a boring romance novel. The story is bland, and the pace of the plot development is very, very slow- perhaps because there isn't much of a plot to begin with. I only finished the book because I like to finish what I start, not because I enjoyed it. It is very amateurish, and the few action scenes are full of fundamental flaws. The whole kidnapping scene and then the escape were beyond ridiculous. The mother Una has a broken arm, a swollen ankle and can barely move... she and Alix make it safely into a hotel lobby, but instead of crying for help and calling the police, they run right out the back and try to run into the woods in the middle of a frigid winter's night. Really? C'mon man! It's downright silly! The main character in the book is an art dealer, Alix Thorssen. Unfortunately, she is the least likeable of any of the characters in the book, save the antagonist. The author takes it for granted that you will care about her dating life, her personal feelings for the town in which she now resides and her total self-involvement, but I kept longing for the author to shut up about it and make something happen already! I can only recommend this book as a sleep aid, not as a good read.
The story was just so-so. I like mysteries but this kind of dragged on a bit and then in the last few pages just quickly wrapped it up. Don't think I will be in too much of a hurry to get another book from this author.
This is an interesting "light" mystery. I have it on my iPad and am reading it when I have spare minutes. I haven't read any of this author's works before, but might pick one up again when in need of a "travel book."
The book was entertaining, and it didn't require much deep thought to enjoy, but it was rather erratically characterized and plotted. Many things that were dropped as "red herrings" were given too much importance and detracted from the story.