I don’t think this plot line was quite as stunning as the first Will Trent book, but it was still good. Karin Slaughter has a talent for dropping bombshells only to move onto to something else, forcing you to read on until you’re able to further understand the full meaning of the bombshell. We were introduced to Faith Mitchell in this book, and I have to say that I like Faith Mitchell a whole lot more than I like Angie Polaski. I think Faith and Will could make a good team, and I look forward to see them work together again.Perhaps this book was meant to build and develop the characters rather than focusing on the mystery and plot itself the way that the first Will Trent book did. I still found myself really intrigued by Will Trent, and I feel like there is so much more to learn about him.See my review in its entirety here.