I really enjoyed the characters in this and the way the town felt like a real place. I really enjoyed the sister dynamic in this story, as well as how it covered estrangement.
Something I really didn't like is the fact that I feel like all of Karen Slaughters books fall back on the same kind of violence. It starts to feel like she's a bit of a one trick pony in the this sense. Also I had a strong guess as to who did what from early on in this story but I did still really enjoy the book because I felt like the mystery aspect took a back seat to Sam and Charlie and their relationships. I also really liked how Slaughter covered how wrong the assumptions you made as a young adult can be.
Overall yes I enjoyed this book, but it also maybe the only Karen Slaughter book I pick up this year and I'm okay with that.