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    Strong end to the trilogy

    I enjoyed this final installment in the Promise Falls trilogy. I was eager to finally get some answers when I picked up this book and I feel like I got them for the most part. Like the other two books in the trilogy, this novel did have its own focus but there was a lot of things that needed to be wrapped up from the previous books in the series. This was a really fast paced and exciting story. This book starts with a bang. People in Promise Falls are getting sick. Really sick. Many people are even dying. The town is trying to keep up and figure out what is going on but they are completely overwhelmed. In addition to the sickness, there is a new murder that needs to be solved and they are still trying to figure out previous unsolved murders. All of the great characters are back from the previous book and they are all working to find out what is going on in this town. Duckworth has his hands full. Seriously, how is he in charge of every problem in this city? I liked Duckworth but realistically I don't think he could have possibly kept up with as much as he did. Cal and David are both dealing with issues that are a little closer to home for them. I was pretty satisfied by how the book and trilogy wrapped up. There were a few surprises in the end but nothing that didn't make sense in the story. This trilogy really should be read in order and in quick succession if at all possible. Each book left so many unanswered questions that finally are addressed in this book. I think anyone trying to read this book as a stand alone novel will miss out on the larger story and will probably be somewhat unsatisfied. I would recommend this book and trilogy and book to fans of mystery thrillers. This is a smartly plotted mystery that should appeal to a large number of readers. I have read and enjoyed Linwood Barclay's work many times in the past and I look forward to reading more in the future. I received an advance reader edition of this book from Berkley Publishing Group via NetGalley.
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    Another Brilliant Read

    Linwood Barclay creates worlds in his books. This one ties together a range of characters and plots from previous Promise Falls novels. I can't wait for the next one.
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