Series: Phryne Fisher #2
The mystery is rather slap-dash, and then there’s a very long wrap-up involving breakfast and shopping and then a party. I was thinking of giving it three stars because I do still really like Phryne, but I don’t think I can quite do it. Oh well. It’s actually a fun book, but critically-speaking it’s a bit iffy. Just don’t expect great literature and you should be fine.
I also found it odd that no one thought that flying a plane at night would attract attention even if it wouldn’t necessarily arouse their suspicions. I mean, they could hear it, right?
I’m counting this one as the “Genre: Mystery” square for the Halloween Bingo. Still no bingo.