Concealed in Death [J.D. Robb]

Concealed in Death - J.D. Robb

I'm really sad about the last girl, the one they don't know the name for. This book was a little different from the others in the series. Twelve bodies found at the same place, left there for fifteen years. It's a cold case, but not since the bodies are new. I tend to hate cold cases, since people don't remember things year after year. You forget things or don't really remember what really happened, but something that might have happened. It might close to what really happened or completely wrong. I was also a little disappointed by who the killer was, not so much because I didn't expect it but because the killer is a little (okay, a lot) out of touch with reality and will likely never be convicted.


I did like this book, clearly since I read it from cover to cover in less than a day. I liked learning more about Mavis, although her story was heartbreaking. I hadn't really thought about Mavis that much aside from her crazy hair and clothes. I love Mavis, but she hasn't been a major player in the books for a while.