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Another fabulous gift from Ms. Rathbun! Her books just keep getting better and better. They are in the "can't put it down " category but I have to, so I don't finish too quickly! More time spent with Angie is the best. Read this series!!!
This had been a quite complicated case, with a man who disappeared 8 years ago, leaving no trace... now there's an obituary with his name... and his wife and two children demand answers... Lucky for them, Angie doesn't like leaving open cases, so she will do as much as she can to have all the answers this family deserves, even if they are not the ones they are searching... Ready? I was quite surprised with this book, it is a really complex case where a man that has left his family has appeared dead... but why leaving the family on the first place? Was he running away or did he had a secret life?
It was an interesting reading about Angie's family link with the mob, she is not really proud of it, but for some cases, the help is worth the price... But you never know what will happen... they will help her solving this case or will she have more enemies than before? I liked how the author, Nancy Rathbun, talked about the old people and homeless and how they treat the patients on some residences... It should be in everyone's minds, that the people that need more protection in the world are the children and the old people, we should always take care of them, they are important, had been important and will be important. Even if they are not the same they used to, we should never treat them with less respect than the one that they had won. This is the third case of the Angelina Bonaparte Mysteries, but you can read it as standalone. There are a few characters that I am sure have been repeating on the series, but you feel connected with the characters and the plot even if you haven't read the other books. Ready to discover what it really means to work with the mob?