A Slow Fire Burning OverviewIn Paula Hawkins’ A Slow Fire Burning, a young man named Daniel is found murdered on a houseboat in London. As detectives begin to investigate the murder, several suspects come to light. Laura, a mentally impaired young woman, was with Daniel the night before his murder. Miriam, Daniel’s neighbor, found his body and tampered with evidence on the scene. Carla, Daniel’s aunt, was seen at his home a few days prior to the murder under suspicious circumstances. In the end, the truth of Daniel's murder is more complicated than the detectives would have hoped. The novel explores fault, stories, archetypes, ageism, and mental illness.
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