On the Count of Three (by Carolyn Arnold) … what happens to a person to turn them into a killer

I loved the mystery of this book. However, one thing that I found irritating was that the person whose viewpoint you were reading about each chapter changed. However, sometimes it was hard to know whose viewpoint was being expressed until you were well into the chapter. I think it would have been nice to have the person’s name at the beginning of the chapter so you would save time trying to guess who was “thinking” or “talking” at the time.

Other than that little issue, I found the book to be well written, the story was interesting, and the characters well developed. The author brought out an intriguing murder mystery, but you also had personality and relationship conflicts, internal conflicts for several of the characters, and power struggles. The book will grab you from the beginning and have you quickly turning the pages to see if you can beat the race to discover the identity of the killer.

Thank you to the author for an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.

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