Seventeenth book in the Eve Dallas series, this story was much more engrossing and involving than the last few have been. The story took a much more personal tone when friends were injured. We also got to see more from Peabody and McNab, as well as Trueheart, and Jamie from a very early book (#5 Ceremony in Death). Eve had more to do with Summerset here, and less of the antagonism she usually reserves just for him. Very enjoyable.
I totally didn't see the end of this one coming, I didn't suspect the person that the book was leading you to suspect, but I didn't get the right person either. Still a great book. Looking forward to the next one, Portrait in Death.