I did like this book, but did not like the male character. He wanted to find out who had caused this young mans death but when he met the young mans sister he became totally obsessed with her. He was already in a committed relationship and was engaged. He wanted out of the relationship and the woman held on. She was sort of controlling, and had a way of ignoring the obvious, the fact the guy did not love her anymore. She was not a very admirable character. All said and done, they deserved each other.
"When Ben Bailey went outside to enjoy the first snowfall and to fetch the paper, he found a dying young man. He had no idea that this would be the catalyst to look into himself to find out who he was and what he really wanted to do with his life. His planned future becomes uncertain as he finds himself more and more enmeshed in helping the beautiful sister of the man prove that this was a homicide and a hate crime. This is a riveting tale of what we owe to the people in our lives, what we owe to ourselves, and the cost of the compromises we make."--Jackie Blem, Tattered Cover Bookstore, Denver, Colo.
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