As usual, Tami Hoag has me wanting to shuck all my responsibilities just to get to the end. This one is ingeniously written in a time when things like cell phones in your pocket, DNA and fingerprint databases were still a dream. She didn't dwell on that aspect too much, which made me forget sometimes ... in between grumbles about old-school police work and awestruck revelations ... I managed to thoroughly enjoy it anyway.
A darn good read. Tami Hoag is one of the best of them!