I found that this book tended to drag and then toward the end things speeded up.
I did enjoy it but it could have been a little shorter. However there were some interesting descriptions about how some things were done then and of course the rich and royalty litteraly got away with murder.
It's the glamour and grit of Regency England once again and Sebastian St Cyr isn't too upset that the murdered person here is a real scoundrel. The reveal of the murderer here was a twist I did not see coming, as Lord Ashworth had scads of enemies so anyone of them were very likely suspects. Excellence once again!
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