The formatting of this book on my Kindle drove me mad. But that sometimes happens with older books, doesn't it? Fact is, it was fun going back to the early days of the Rizzoli and Isles team, esp. in...
the novel version of that team. It isn't that I don't enjoy the high heels and glam of the t.v. team, but in the books these two are so much more real (albeit less obviously stylish). Meanwhile, the mystery here was somewhat overly complicated, albeit with the red herrings that make such tales more interesting. The characters are great, of course.
I've wanted to read this one since I watched the episode based on it. That was a long time ago. From what I remember the book is almost completely different and so much better. So very much better. A fantastic, well-written mystery that keeps your interest despite the fact that most of it is fairly obvious.I would have liked there to be the possibility for there to be more family, or something, that would allow for more plotlines around Maura's birth family.
And right at the top of what I want to know is if the son was just a brother, or were they triplets? And who decided to keep him and not the girls?