Wednesday, November 9, 2011


“The Crossing” is a complicated mystery about a 10-yr-old unsolved murder case that is re-opened.  Claudia saw her English teacher, a friend, killed on the bus after a football game.  The teacher shares her last thoughts with the reader right before she dies which was an interesting way of giving clues about the killer.  Claudia had nightmares and panic attacks so her husband, the D.A., decided to re-open the investigation and found things that were overlooked. 

This story attempts to show the depravity of man and God’s forgiveness and unconditional love.  Some people repented and sought help and others didn’t with tragic consequences. 
I didn’t really get invested in any of the characters and didn’t care much for this one.  It moved along pretty good, I was interested to find out who the killer was (although that didn't make sense to me) so I guess that's why I didn't care for it much.  It just wasn't as good as I expected it would be.
(Karen's review)

Have you read this one? What did you think of it?

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