Another good mystery by Huber. While the interaction between Gage and Darby serves as a distraction, the mystery has so many twists and turns. A very satisfying story through bittersweet. It is also abundantly clear that the relationship development between Lady Darby and Gage is a series gimmick as it ever so slowly develops. It's nice that it doesn't take center stage but if every ending is going to end up the same hook as previous books, I'm not sure how much patience I'll have with the series with such a shameless marketing ploy. As long as they slowly continue to progress, that's fine -- just not overly slow.