I really love this series. I really love the character Tracy (she is tough, yet sensitive), I love all the characters. They all mesh so well together. As with the other 2 books, this one flowed so smoothly, the pacing was great, never a dull moment and I was so engrossed in the story and what the outcome was going to be.
This book has 2 cases going on. The major focus in this story, Tracy is investigating a 40 year old case for a friend (Jenny). 40 years a young woman was found dead in the river, her death was ruled a suicide but Jenny's father who was new to the force at the time didn't think it was and kept investigating it until he hit a wall. When he died, Jenny called Tracy (friends from the police academy) to view the case with fresh eyes. The minor case going on that the rest of Tracy's team was working involved the shooting of a husband in the home of his estranged wife.
This book was not edge of your seat tension, and you pretty much know where the investigation is going, but it is how it gets there that kept me engrossed. I liked how Tracy follows the reports and notes that Jenny's dad had in his file and use today's technology to figure out things that could not have been done 40 years ago.
I already have the other 3 books in the series and look forward to reading them.