Tricia investigates the initially not-so-suspicious death of one of the bookshop owners. As always, I’m happy with the turns in the various relationships she has. It’s nice to see characters who grow in terms of maturity, insight, and care. I’ve decided I don’t like it when the book flap tells you who is going to die. It would have been much more gripping if I hadn’t known. I’m also saddened by the various victims in this book, particularly the youngest. Can’t wait until the next one. Thanks to a sample chapter from her other series under a different name that was at the end of this book, I now have a new series to pursue in the meantime.