Mildly amusing. The luck just ran against the bad guys - it took some work to put it all together, but the first threads that got the whole thing unraveled were a matter of pure luck. A few characters a bit over the top (the hardware store owner, for one) but not the major characters. And at least two unrelated conspiracies going on simultaneously. This time I caught the descriptions of the stuff in Badger's house - remembered it was important from the last time I read it. Fun, no depth to it but well-written and amusing. And the general populace of characters were a lot more pleasant to know than the ones in Murder Goes Mumming.
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