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I recently finished Dawn Whidden’s Faceless. I really like her main character, Detective Jean Whitley. This story progresses at a good pace, moving back and forth between the home front drama of dealing with a teenage daughter turned surly and the race to find a killer who literally defaces his victims. The tenuous balance Jean has previously maintained between home and work is unraveling and distracting her from the investigation. This is so realistically portrayed that I felt I was inside her living room as she tried to talk to her daughter as well as inside her car with her as she raced to the next crime scene. Kudos to Ms. Whidden for an excellent page-turner.
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Amy Deuchler was amazing with the delivery of the story
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When pretty girls are murdered and their faces burned off, Detective Jean Whitley has a personal stake in finding the killer. The girls were classmates of her daughter's and she's tutoring the primary suspect. Suddenly very secretive, is Bethany just helping a friend or putting herself in danger?
This was a great mystery and I loved the rapport between Jean and her new partner, Marty Keal. The side stories provided additional layers to the characters and showed the human side of the two detectives. With clues constantly pointing to different people, I was kept guessing until the end. The thrilling climax was certainly one that I didn't see coming and I love when a mystery does that. Well done! The narration was excellent and added to my enjoyment. I really enjoyed this and would recommend it.
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Faceless is a well written crime novel over with characters that I spend time with. This is one of those times where the motto 'don't judge a book by its cover' comes in to play because I was not attracted by the cover.
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Faceless s a well written crime novel over with characters that I spend time with. This is one of those times where the motto 'don't judge a book by its cover' comes in to play because I was not attracted by the cover
1 of 1 people found this review helpful