Fifty-Fifty is written from the perspective of Eddie and Kate (who is the lawyer from the opposing counsel), and there is also the third perspective which is that of the killer, although clues are given to either help identify the killer or give false leads to throw you off the scent. At different points I am convinced I know who the killer is, but knowing Cavanagh, he doesn't 'do' predictable plots so I am left waiting until the very end to find out who the murderer is.
Cavanagh has really hit gold with Eddie Flynn. He is slightly maverick and unconventional, without being so different that readers struggle to identify with him. As the series of books continue, the reader is able to get to know both him, and those close to him better.
Fifty-Fifty has a great mix of well-established characters, a thrilling plot, some gruesome murders and a courtroom thriller all rolled into one. Despite each of Cavanagh's characters being completely different from each other, they all seem to work well together and leaves the reader rooting for them. It has been a while since we had our last Eddie Flynn, but it was well worth the wait and Fifty-Fifty is another astounding and jaw-dropping read from Cavanagh.