Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Review: And She Was by Alison Gaylin

Brenna Spector has an unusual neurological syndrome which makes her remember everything.  One of the interesting things about this book, is we get to see a bit of how this works in her internal dialogue.  A disappearing child in the past and woman in the present make a complex investigation for her and Detective Morasco who is working with her.

Her disorder makes it challenging for her in her work and personal life but also makes for an interesting story.

I liked the complexity of the mystery and the characters.

Terri

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