What She Saw by Diane Saxon
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
To get her mind off the upcoming court case that involves her sister, Jenna, the detective, jumps head first into her work. A large family mention, burned down to the grown, with a family inside. An unfortunate incident or a well-planned murder? A customer at the coffee shop with a suspicious packet of white powder. Very convenient drug distribution or a simple misunderstanding? Jenna has her hands full.
The first thing that I liked about the novel, besides Jenna’s witty sarcasm, is that it is told from three different perspectives: a detective, a victim, and a perpetrator. This way we are exposed to the story from completely opposite views. The novel is very long with a lot of info and details that could have easily been skipped. Although it was quite entertaining. My most memorable part of the novel is the one with a dog walker. The rest just blends in together. Overall, good read.
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