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The Grove

The Grove - John Rector I'd like to say that I put off writing this review because I had to think about it for a bit. Truth is that I simply forgot that I read it. The most interesting part of the story was Dexter's descent into madness.

It's the basic story of crazy man is off his meds. Of course, there has been a tragic death, his marriage is falling apart, and he's heavily drinking. Then one day, after a blackout, he finds a young dead girl on the farm. What should he do? Investigate it himself, of course, with the help of the dead girl.

It was a nice read. The ending was not surprising and actually a little disappointing. The only thing that kept me interested was Dexter's downward spiral.