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    Picture Portrays Life & Death

    Bad Dads, Abusive Moms, Bullying, Affairs and week detectives. Tragic murder of Lucinda Hayes who was in the 9th grade and the supposition of who done it is the basis of this novel. Point of View and character exploration of Cameron Whitley, Russ Fletcher, and Jade Dixon-Burns. Russ is the detective in Boonsville Colorado whose partner was Cameron's Dad. Cameron is a troubled teen with an amazing talent in art. Jade is misunderstood by her peers and abused by her Mom. Kukafka seems to predominately present a story of psychological hardships instead of solving the crime. Just did not hold my interest with the plot or the characters. "A copy of this book was provided by Simon & Schuster via NetGalley with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read and my comments here are my honest opinion."
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    three stars

    Not easy to put down a review for this story. While I like murder stories and seeing how characters develop and figuring out the how and why, this book couldn’t quite live up to my expectations. It was a good debut novel and I definitely will follow this authors future work, because I can see a lot of potential in this book. But I can’t say more than this was an okay read. It felt that the murder took second place to the character studies and this made for a slow reading process. I chose to read this book and all opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. Thanks to NetGalley and Simon & Schuster!
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