When I got this book, I completely overlooked the fact that it was the sixth installment of a series, but honestly while reading it didn’t bother me much. Of course, there were moments where things were recalled that I couldn’t completely follow, but this isn’t one of those series that leave you clueless when you jump in at a later time.
Besides its setting in 18th century England, the story is not unlike that of many other mystery books and it was not able to surprise me or really wow me. It was decent, but I never felt like I couldn’t put down the book or that I wanted to learn more about any of the characters, really. (Maybe one should bond with them during the series, but they felt rather flat to me).
It was an okay read but not very remarkable or special.
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!