A decent mystery, but achingly predictable. The potential for intrigue and complexity were there, but the monochromatic protagonist and heavy-handed prose resulted in a rather anticlimactic unveiling of the true motive behind Maddy's murder. Despite Rader-Day's rather coercive writing-style, Juliet's narrative and the overall trajectory of the mystery often felt drawn-out. The incorporation of countless ancillary characters and abrupt conclusion left something to be desired.

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