This is the first book I have read from Belinda Bauer, and I met her at a book panel event, she said it was different to her usual style, so don't judge her too harshly.
I have put it aside since then, and kept looking at the cover, I finally had time to sit and be able to read it in chunks, as I love my crime fiction to be read in few sittings.
Belinda created a character full of evilness, that for my had a slight hypnotic feel to him. I was compelled to wanting to know more of him and his background, and although we got a snippet into his background, it wasn't told fully. You do find out the mechanics of his mind and why he does as he does.
Eve Singer was an interesting character to read about, her home life situation with her dad brought great strength, sadness to the story as well as humour.
Belinda portrayed the difficulties faced having a relative suffer from Dementia and emotions realistically.
I found elements of the story horrific, clever and deceptive as well as questioning morals, as does the killer who compares himself with Eve.
4.5 star rating review from Bookstormer.