" 3 elderly men are murdered in a West Virginia diner on a Saturday morning and no one knows why. The main character is the prosecuting attorney, Bell Elkins, a woman with a difficult past who has made it her mission to fight the increasing prescription drug trade. Her teenage daughter witnessed the murders and decides, on her own, to help find the killer. The book was much less about the mystery for me and more about Bell, the setting and the descriptions of desperate, multigenerational poverty. "
— Jennifer, 2/10/2014