A good read but not his best... However, I did especially like the last chapter.
One interesting item in the book is the use of sodium fluoroacetate [although he spelled it wrong] to assassinate one of the characters. The symptoms of poisoning can look like the victim had heart failure. In the book he says it is undetectable after death but I couldn't find anything about that on the Internet. It apparently tastes just like salt.
This was the first time I have come across this seemingly simple method.
Decent book but format of chapters is confusing - I couldn't tell when the story line switched from one set of characters to another. I have a couple of his other books and I hope this silly issue goes away - very distracting thinking you're reading about one character while it's really another.