The solution to the mystery was interesting. Dido is a product of her times as far as the role of women, although it was tiresome to be reminded of what was or wasn't expected of her.
The second book in the Dido Kent series
The book was okay – but not one of my favorites.
Interesting idea for a series - this is set in England in the very early 1800s - and a hard time for a respectable woman to appear to be 'thinking for herself'. I'll read more of Anna Dean. The solution to the mystery had a twist I liked.
Anna Dean begins to put flesh on the bones of her character. In this work, the observations of Miss Dido Kent are as sharp as those of Sherlock himself. Readtoday
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