Book Review: A Likeness In Stone

The main problem with A Likeness In Stone is that we are led to believe that we know what happened right at the start of the book, and the fact that the story isn’t particularly gripping means that the twist at the end isn’t very exciting. The body of a young girl, murdered years earlier, is found by divers inside the wardrobe of a submerged house. The policeman who worked the case is still alive, and is desperate to prove himself right after years of being unable to convict anyone. Eventually we discover what happened, but by the time I got to the end of the book I’d stopped caring.

It was alright; read it if you have nothing better to do.

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