Reichs skilfully depicts police canteen culture and the way it ensures that someone who is an expert outsider, not one of the lads, is always going to have to go that extra mile to prove herself and her ideas. Brennan is a toughie, though, and not too fussy about demarcation disputes. Reichs has found a way of having her cake and eating it and giving us a detective who combines professional expertise with enthusiastic amateurism. Even more compellingly, the suspense is turned up several notches when Brennan realizes that she is hunted as well as hunter--they find the killer's lair and find her photograph among his trophies... --Roz Kaveney...Continua
Non particolarmente originale, leggermente prolisso e, talvolta, un po' macabro nelle descrizioni, personaggi troppo "caratterizzati", però se un thriller riesce a tenermi incollata alle pagine, per me ha centrato il bersaglio.
Not bad as a book plotwise, but it never kept me from sleeping so that I could go on reading..quite the contrary in fact.