dark places::At the age of seven libby survived the brutal murders of her two older sisters and murders.
Her testimony helped in part to convict her then fifteen year old brother ben of the terrible crimes.
Almost twenty five years later libby is broke, alone and unable to maintain more than a marginal existence for herself.
Out of options libby is contacted by the kill club, a group of misfits who obsess over crimes and try to come up with alternate solutions to them.
Several members of the kill club have become obsessed with the day family massacre and think that ben is actually innocent.
Thus libby starts digging into what happened to her family that terrible january night in 1985.
At first libby is just looking to make some quick cash and is convinced that her brother is guilty.
While the majority of the book is well written, the ending comes off as just too neat.
Add to that the sub plot of ben being accused of molesting fifth grader chrissy cates, who later recanted and it all just makes for one unbelievable day.
I had wanted to rate it higher, but the contrivances at the end made me downgrade it a bit.