Author: Lisa Unger
Review by: patco81
I had a hard time remembering the locale: with such character names as Graham, Maggie, Jones, Melody and Marshall, and the quaint village they live in called The Hollows (purportedly a suburb of NYC), where people routinely sip tea, I kept drifting into the mindset of an English mystery. Would that the case, though: this book is heavy-handed, repetitive and rather boring. And surprisingly, the author seems to advocate guilt and mental anguish as adequate substitutes for the justice system.