I wanted to like this book, and it definitely did have redeeming features, but on the whole I was disappointed.
story is that of Grant Moreton, detective and alcoholic, and his sister
Paige, the family's black sheep. Paige has gotten herself more
in-over-her-head than usual, and it's up to Grant to help bail her out.
Except there's something evil under Paige's bed, and...
all sounded good in set-up, and the story definitely did have some
moments of creepiness. The characters of Grant and Paige were both
likeable and believable. Unfortunately, the story itself--and the
conclusion in particular--wasn't nearly as interesting as it could have
been. In my opinion, the author wasted the tension and atmosphere he'd
been building with a flimsy and borderline nonsensical explanation.
There were plot threads that led off to nowhere, and I just found myself