This book reminds me of being invited to someones home to watch video of their vacation in London--complete with long-winded explanations of EVERY item they ate and EVERY street they walked down. The murder seems completely extraneous to the travelogue. Also, silly 40-year-old women are not my "thing."
Been reading this series for many years and I still look forward to each new title. Love the main character, Lucy Stone, a part-time reporter for the "Pennysaver" in Maine. Lucy's job and life experiences seem to land her in the middle of murders and mysteries, but she always solves the crimes.
As usual, plenty of action. I never figured out what book the cover illustration is really for, but it doesn't fit this story.
I thought this was one of her better books.
I loved all the books in this series EXCEPT this one. All the author did was bash everything about London. It was getting on my nerves and I did not bother finishing the book. A very rare occurrence for me. I believe British people would be insulted while reading this one.
Was very disappointed in the ending.
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