Thursday, 25 October 2012
I have spent a fair amount of time reading this series of books (this is number 18) but very little time reflecting on them - hence no previous blog entries. They're not books for reflecting on really but they are very good crime genre 'quick reads' with enough depth to satisfy. Nora Robb has a good understanding of the human condition. This one was not the best of this series so far but very readable as always. I enjoyed the back story more than the murder tale this time, and the tensions between Eve and Roarke were well drawn and realistic. It was overlong but with a denouement that was clever and satisfying.