Publishers Weekly, December 14, 2009:
It’s a slow-building, slow-burning mystery—Jarzab is as interested in probing Neily and Audrey’s emotional states and the ramifications of Carly’s murder as she is in solving it—but the author’s confident, literary prose makes for a tense and immersive thriller.
Booklist, October 15, 2009:
Part mystery, part character study, the story hooks readers immediately, propelling them through a serpentine path of secrets and lies.
From the Hardcover edition.