Mark Twain wrote: We must put up with our clothes as they are - they have their reason for existing. They are on us to expose us - to advertise what we wear them to conceal. They are a sign; a sign of insincerity; a sign of suppressed vanity; a pretense that we desire gorgeous colors and the graces of harmony and form; and we put them on to propagate that lie and back it up.
#2 in Aspen Falls
Average Rating: 4.0
Aspen Falls, Colorado. Secrets. Secrets within a community. Secrets within a family.
Detective Chase Waters finds himself working the most interesting case of his career--one that comes closer to home than he could ever imagine. Are the mutilated bodies of young men and women the result of cult, or commerce?
This is a suspenseful story with some significant holes in the plot. The characters are great, though.
Eric Nutting's performance is satisfactory. Some of his accents are better than others and he might have attempted a bit more distinction between some of the character voices.
This is a complete story with a satisfying, albeit predictable, conclusion and characters I want to meet again.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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