As his investigation draws Liam farther and farther into the past he has abandoned, he realizes he is forced to reopen doors long ago shut and locked. Now, accepting the appointment as sole trustee of the Fergus Taggart Trust, Liam realizes he has stepped into the center of a firestorm.
This is the first book I have read in this series. It can be read as a stand alone novel. However, for me, I think having not read the prior novels hurt me a little. Not in the sense of taking anything away from the storyline but more in character development and connection. I did not feel a close connection towards Liam or any of the other characters that much. Therefore, I struggled to stay emotionally invested in this book. Additionally, I found that the storyline seemed to move slowly. Although towards the end it did pick up. Reading all of the different character's opinions on who they thought was the killer was interesting. Yet, it was easy to weed out some of the choices. This book may not have been a good match with me but I would try this author again.