I had a little trouble getting into this book. But, I think that is because of the fact that this is number seven in the series and my first book to read.
I really liked the characters in this book. From the way it read, I thought the book was about Archie Penrose being the main character, not Josephine. Although she was in the book quite a bit.
I really liked Josephine Tey and her attitude. I laughed several times at her.
I also really liked how the author wrote the mystery revolving around a teacher's books that taught at Cambridge. While in the acknowledgement the author wrote that this teacher was a real person, I had already felt that during the book.
A very twisted tale with a whole lot of twists. A jaw dropping solution to the question of who was raping the girls of Cambridge was really well written.
In fact, just a really good read that kept me mesmerized.
I hope to read a lot more about Josephine Tey in the future.
Thanks to Crooked Lane Books and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.