This is a well-plotted book, the latest (I think) in a series about Jane Whitefield, a woman who is an expert in helping people disappear.
Whitefield grew up (so the story goes) in the Tonawanda Seneca clan in Western New York State.
I will read more of these, most likely. I've read better prose, and Perry employs a great deal of exposition, but the characters were interesting, and to an expatriate New Yorker, so was the setting.
Kirkus Reviews review
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