This psychological thriller kept me poised on the edge of my seat, turning the pages frantically, while I grappled to solve the mystery that lies at its core. I loved Sheldon’s fast-paced plot and racy writing style in this novel, which, based on real cases, really hooked me in from the first page. My favourite character has to be David – the young attorney who finds himself somewhat reluctantly responsible for representing the defendant in what becomes one of the most bizarre trials of the century.
Although first published in 1998, some of the books facets at first glance appear dated, however the strong story, which raises issues over mental health and the law, still holds with a more contemporary audience...
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You wouldn't know what was wrong till the middle of the book [ where it pretty much explains what she has] and everything from there makes more sense. Excellent book, S.Sheldon is amazing.
I didn't like it . However it was usefull to practice my "poor" English