I got a copy of this from publisher in exchange for review.
My main interest was "Night Terrors" remembering my younger brother having them in his younger days. But there is only 2 small parts in book that talks about "Night Terrors".
The book picks up somewhere around page 210 when the two big twist come into play. One being who the killer is, where technically you can pretty much guess.
The lack of police terms and the dragged out plot gave it a boring run. The main character Daniel Ranaldi is a likeable character some of his dialogue was entertaining. Overall I was board.