Antonio Hill thrills readers with The Good Suicides with page-turning twists and just enough background information to make you want to know more!
Hill uses many character's who you would not believe would be connected. Hector Salgado, an inspector/detective of the sort, is faced with a suicide of Sara, a very quiet, independent woman. Not to mention he is dealing with the disappearance of his estranged wife that no one can seem to figure out. While investigating a large cosmetics company who seems to know more about Sara's suicide than they let out, Hector must figure out where the dogs come in to the investigation. And who is sending the picture of them hanging, dead, from a tree to Sara before she killed herself?
A very beautifully written thriller that I could not put down! If you are one who is into mystery/thriller and wants to solve a case just as much as the characters do, then absolutely pick up this novel. Very good insight on how the world views suicide and how the mind works.
I received this book for free from Blogging for Books for this review.