Really did not care for the book. It is a fast read mostly because there are not subplots and the main plot is just laid out for you. I read it in less than 3 hours.
The thing that bothered me the most was the lack of any moral code on the part of the main character. I have read previous Jesse Stone books and despite his flaws you would expect him to do the right things. In this book, he teams up with a psychopath who in a previous book was involved in a crime spree which resulted in two of his officers being murdered - I don't think many police officers would overlook that. He totally ignores a 14 year-old girls direct involvement in the cold-blooded murder of her mother. This does not reflect someone who does the right thing.
And the ongoing relationship with his ex-wife is beyond tiresome, both need to get on with their lives.