There isn't much crime in Stoneleigh, Massachusetts. It is a college town, a mountain getaway for the quietly rich, where burglar alarms are typically set off only by foraging wildlife. So when Edward Iman, owner of Stoneleigh Sentinel Security, is alerted by a late-night alarm from the house of Doyle Cutler, one of his wealthiest clients, Edward thinks little of it - until a local student, Mary Steckl, claims that she was sexually assaulted at Cutler's house that same night.
©2009 Stephen Amidon (P)2010 Oakhill Publishing Ltd
"An unpretentiously skilful novel about the current state of the American psyche." (Sunday Times)
This was a book that never reached an anticlimax or climax.
For the price, it was disappointing.
I will not recommend it.
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