This installment of the In Death series was fast paced but lacked substance as far as development in the relationship between Eve and Roarke. There were a few revelations about Eve's past, but nothing of real substance. There were also tons of red herrings when it came to the mystery aspect of the story, but some of it came across as implausible as well. I liked how the cast of characters grew and expanded in this story, as it was interesting to see how Eve interacted with these new characters. That being said, it felt short to me, but somewhat meaningful. A good way to spend a snowy evening!