It took me a while to get into this book. I'm not sure if that's because I haven't really felt like reading the past couple of days or if it's this book.
Once again, Michael's guilt or innocence is one of the big mysteries of this book. It's not focused on that much in this one, but it is there. Maybe we know for sure in this one (Charlie got the DNA results back, but the end calls that into question - just who is the man at the end of the book?), but there isn't much discussion about it. Micheal shuts down and that's it.
This case takes place in Las Vegas. (It takes over 25% of the book to get them there, but still) Kaminsky's sister is missing and she's called Charlie for help (which doesn't make a lot of sense, since Kaminsky kind of hates Charlie). Lena's (becasue I don't want to have to type Kaminsky over and over again!) sister went missing from Vegas and there's been other women who've gone missing, all of them brunettes and all of them disappearing at around midnight. It's too soon to tell if it's really a serial killer, but that's Charlie's specialty so it makes sense that Lena calls her (aside from the whole she hates Charlie thing).
I don't have all that much to say about the case, aside from the killer being someone I hadn't expected - although we do meet him in the book and all the clues do fit, after they are pieced together at least.
I am wondering if all these books have such cliffhanger endings? It's not a complete cliffhanger, but I really want to know who the guy is!