This is one of the creepier books that I have read. I picked it up off a pile of books my grandmother was giving to us and low-and-behold was this catching, poetic title. It was too disturbing the first time I tried so I put it on my shelf and waited about a year. After all that time It still was bugging me that I didn't know what was to happen. So I picked it up, read it again. And I absulutely loved it. It was a great plot and it had a satisfactoringly twisted murderer. It had so much emotion packed into this murder mystery also. I reccomend to just about anyone who still loves a night filled with jumping and looking outside your window for that burgular you just KNOW you heard. Read it, love it, reccomend it. Repeat.
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