These authors seem to get better with each book. I liked South of Hell better than the previous one and I liked this one even better. Louis is shown as a character who is soul searching for an identity for himself and for a victim. I like the way the show Louis’s susceptibility to seeking his daughter’s good will. Rafsky is well done as a damaged person struggling to survive his personal ghosts.
The sisters do a great job in capturing the emotions of a wide range of characters in this book. Joe Frye, Louis’s love interest, does not have as large a role in this particular book. She has an iron grip on Louis’s heart that he does not seem to recognize. Louis is a conflicted person, flawed and sometimes clueless. I think that is one of the reasons he is easy to identify with. The characters in these books are brought to reality by their flaws and foibles. They seem real so the story seems real.
I highly recommend the book.
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