The Mephisto Club
The book is told from 3rd person, from a narrator who can see all characters' thoughts. This point of view makes the reader get many emotions, making the tone have variety. The plot is affected because when many views are given it makes the scenes easier to picture. Since its a book about homicide, its not exactly something where people want to picture the scene, but with the different views it gives the reader a sense of how horrific the scene is. I like to see the thoughts of all the characters because it makes the plot easier to follow. It's more enjoyable to read this way, because then you are not left to make a prediction about what another person is thinking when asked a question by another character.