I had a difficult time getting into this book and considered putting it aside but I pushed past those feelings and I'm glad I did. I'm still not sure I actually care for the Nathalie (Lee), the protagonist, in fact, I convinced I don't like her. I am incredibly intrigued by her often ridiculous and neurotic thoughts and generally self-excusing behavior. There is a great cast of secondary character, eccentric and thoroughly British. The mystery is a bit scattered and surrounded by red herrings that seem more developed than clues about the actual culprit. The book was part murder mystery part the daily dealings of an almost 40-something woman. It was interesting and I'll read the next but I wasn't left anxious for more but several plot points were left hanging and I would love to find the answers.