I came across this book in a search and thought I'd give it a read. I was somewhat impressed with what I've read. Not a bad read at all. But the only problem I had with the story was that Emma White's death was explained more than once, which, in a way, made the story seem repetitive and redundant. Now if it was a flashback to the death of her, then I can understand that. But overall, it did keep me entertained, all the way through. I honestly wouldn't mind reading more of this author's work.
Pretty decent storyline/plot. However, the story didn't really grab my attention, like I was expecting. I will admit that the idea of the little boy being the killer, was really impressive. I was pretty impressed with the ending. The part about the Lord failing twice with killing the little boy, that got me thinking that the author is, perhaps, making another part (perhaps a flashback) to what happened the first time the Lord failed, with trying to kill the little boy.
Decent job, overall.