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Linnet was a little annoying in spots (how many 20-somethings still refer to their parents as “Mommy” and “Daddy?”), and comes off a bit spoiled (after getting in a car accident she readily assures the driver that “Daddy” will be happy to pay for the damages). But the overall charm of the book and Linnet’s surprisingly tenacious view of right and wrong--and her willingness to fight for it--more than make up for any want of personal attributes. Part legal fiction, part supernatural thriller, this book has a little something for everyone.

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