I love Phillip Margolin books. I have since I first discovered his book 'The Last Innocent Man' while training to be a teacher 10 years ago.
This book may be the best yet. So easy to get emotionally attached to what is happening and I found myself praying that the conclusion would fit with what I hoped for.
Phillip Margolin has a way of meshing his story together and this was so evident with this story.
This book here will be sitting atop of my re read pile, which is unusual as a thriller doesn't usually get a second look as once you know the outcome the mystery has gone.
If you want a book to introduce you to this author this is most definitely it.