Saturday, April 6, 2013

Audio Book Review: Salvation of A Saint (Detective Galileo #2) by Keigo Higashino

Book: Salvation of a Saint (Detective Galileo #2)
Author: Keigo Higashino
Narrator (if applicable): Alexander O. Smith

Release date (if applicable): Published

Synopsis: Womanizer Yoshitaka announces to his wife that it is time to end his one year marriage because she hasn't gotten pregnant. A couple of days later he is dead from arsenic poisoning while Ayane, his wife, is hundreds of miles away visiting her parents. Although, after his announcement she tells herself it is time for him to die, how could she do it hundreds of miles away and when there is no poison to be found within the house? Were there others with motives to kill him and they got to Yoshitaka before Ayane could?
My rating: 4 Stars
My opinion: I love this series more and more with each release. One of the things I love most about this author is his gift to let readers know the whodunit, but not the howdunit. As the story reveals, not only are the crimes ingenious, but the author often has readers scratching heads when he has told readers at the beginning who the killer is. I love it! It is unique in the genre and always want me leaving more.  A Goodreads friend of mine stated it beautifully when she stated that Higashino writes "puzzle mysteries" with extremely concise writing not laden down with emotions.
Source: Published
Would I recommend? : Already do.
Stand Alone or Part of a Series: Part of Series

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