just finished reading...

This is the follow up to In The Woods, referencing some events and characters from but I don't think you need to have read it to get it. The premise is intriguing: the murder victim is an identity thief who stole an imaginary identity--the identity of an undercover cop's undercover identity, with whom she shares a remarkable likeness.

Although the murder is the backdrop, this is a story about the intimacy of friends--who you choose to have as family. Whitethorn, the communal home and setting becomes as much a character as those who inhabit it.

This book drew me in. It is a satisfying second installment in the Dublin Murder Squad Series--I can't wait to read more. Unlike In The Woods, I didn't quite know who did it.

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