Frank is busy adjusting to his new life as a man of means when a father shows up on his doorstep begging him to locate his missing daughter.
It was hard to follow up Murder in Chelsea but this one did a decent job of it.
I loved all the character and story development that took place in this book. There were times in this series that it seemed the character arcs were basically creeping along. This sped things up for sure.
I really enjoyed the mystery and didn’t know who the killer was until the end. The other thing I really liked was that the book covered topics relevant today. The mystery could have been taken out of the ten o’clock news but of course with historical twists.
This series is great to read and I love where things are going.