I was a bit disappointed by this first book about Gretchen Lowell. I had expected it to be a bit more, and for some reason - to this day I have no clue what reason - I thought Chelsea Cain was British.
As soon as I started reading - the writing style and story line are both very American - I found out I was wrong. That was a little disappointment to me, because I have a soft spot for British crime writers. I wasn't blown away by the story, but somehow, I got curious enough to read the second book as well. So, that means, there must be something in the story of this books that makes it worth reading them... I liked the other books better!
Note: I read a Dutch translation of this book