This was an interesting read, and the first book in the "Women's Murder Club" series I have read.
Lindsay is trying to solve a case of a man who appears to randomly shoot people on a ferry, one of whom is a close friend of Lindsay's, as well as a case of small, gifted children being kidnapped.
It was a good, solid, police procedural and I enjoyed getting to know Lindsay and her colleagues and friends. There was a bit of a question mark about Joe in this book and I am hoping to read the next book to see what happens with it all!
The book was a little unusual because it was written from the shooter's point of view as well as Lindsay's, so both first and third person are used.
I kind of thought there would be more of an explanation about why those children were being kidnapped than there was, I think it would have added to the suspense of the story if there was more said about it but that is the only thing that was a little frustrating. There was so much more that could have been done but it wasn't.