by Jonathan Kellerman
Reviewed by Coral
Hope Devane, author of a controversial best-selling psychology book, was brutally murdered months ago in a case gone cold. Now it's been assigned to Milo, who turns to Alex for help, one psychologist examining another. Digging through the controversies that were her life, they finally start to peel away at the layers that surround the identity of her murderer.
This mystery was good, well-paced with a satisfying ending. There was just something about it, some undercurrent that made me uncomfortable with it. I'm not really sure what it is so I can't really explain it. It's like there's these small hints, subtle digs that all feminists are man-hating, sexually repressed bitches.