A solid story all around. It's interesting that the murder takes place during a live play that Dallas is watching. The story is easy to follow and the interpersonal relationships are engaging, unlike Loyalty in Death. The interactions between Peabody and McNab feel drawn out, like Robb is trying to spread their hook-up as a couple over multiple books when it could have been handled in one or two. Still not feeling the spark between them. I like how smoothly Robb makes the story wheels within wheels within wheels, and how it slides together when the killer is revealed.