The Silent Girl by Tess Gerritsen
If you’re a fan of the Rizzoli and Isles television show I really don’t know if you’ll enjoy this book. There is very little interplay between Rizzoli and Isles here. While the last book in the series focused on Maura Isles and her trials out West, this one focuses on Jane Rizzoli and the very odd murders she needs to solve in Boston’s Chinatown. Years ago a man went crazy and shot everyone in the Red Phoenix Restaurant in Chinatown. Someone, or something, is drawing attention to the old crime. Rizzoli starts to wonder if the case was ever actually solved. Was there more to the shooting than a man’s madness taking hold?
Really fun on audio, I especially like Rizzoli’s Boston accent. I was a little concerned that the book was veering into the mystical, but I should have given Gerritsen more credit.