This book was ok–not as good as some of Scottoline’s other books, but not as bad as the last one of hers that I read, either. The thing I disliked about the last two books I’ve read is that the dialog was off. It was to a lesser degree in this book, though. For example, one of the characters in this book was a 3-year-old boy. I just couldn’t see a kid talking in the way he did in the book. While the book revolved around him, he wasn’t really a main character. In the previous book I read, one of the main characters was from the inner-city. This character’s dialog was totally unbelievable. This made the book difficult to read because, being a main character, there was a lot of this dialog throughout the book.