This was a twisty little mystery. The author is purposely ambiguous at times, shrouding the truth in shadows, leaving the reader wondering – which character is visiting the shrink? And which character is truly crazy?
This might not be the freshest story line, but the author did a good job keeping it from feeling too familiar to the reader. That said, I didn’t really like any of the characters, and there was only a couple of paths the story could travel along, so, despite the author’s efforts to create enough red herrings to keep a sense of mystery, I felt the truth was obvious a little too early early in the plot. The question of how the characters would deal with the truth was not as interesting (to me, at least), as what was really going on. If the author had kept me in the dark a bit longer, I would have enjoyed the story more. That said, I did like and would recommend the book. 4 stars.