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Elaine Ross faces paranoia of men after her brother-in-law Dirk brutally murders her sister and is convicted and found guilty. The trial attracted a lot of media attention since Dirk is the son and heir of a billionaire, and slowly the money game catches up with his execution as people are being killed and investigations are being dropped.
What makes this book stand out?
Explaining how money is a big weapon in matters like this but needs not to be the final one all the time.
Read it for
A spectacular one among the Andrew Neirderman books, this one brilliantly sketches the eeriness of the antagonist creeping up for his prey in the most manipulative and cold manner.
Don't read it for
As good a read as it is, it might not hold your attention if you are not an avid thriller lover.