La capilla de la muerte by Stephen Dobyns
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
"Life is a Mascarade, who is behind the mask?"... that song from Bend Folds and Josh Groban fits perfectly with the story narrated in this book.
Speaking of narration, at first, the way the story is presented, made me think of Truman Capote's "In cold blood". Is ok, the teller might not be a journalist but he is a privileged witness of the story. This is a small town, where everybody knows eachother, the question is, do they really know eachother? When the first girl disappears, all the people in town wants to believe that the perpetrator is an outsider, but then another gilr is kidnapped and the evidence shows that he or she lives among the common people in the city. Everybody is afraid of everybody and everyone suspect from the neighbour. Fear takes over town and allows and even justify the unthinkable.
I totally recomend this book for the mistery lovers, is a non stop reading book!
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