Nice little novella about the Hunter's first case. The one that started it all.
It's not an important story, and it can easily be , but
if you're like me and you like 'Robert Hunter, the character,' then this one is a must. It shows the way of his thought process, and helps you understand where he's coming from.
There's not much to the case, but it shows that all cases can't be complicated, which I think is good. There's not much to say, really...
I read this in Danish, and I gotta say, the there weren't as many typos as there usually is in Chris Carter's books, so that's really good and keeps my satisfied!