Brown's opinions on gun control, terrorism, and the tobacco industry are in full force during this novel. She hasn't yet reached the level of opinionism (not sure if that's a word but it works for me) as in her "Mrs. Murphy" series, but it's getting there. I stopped reading the Mrs. Murphy books because her opinions began overshadowing the plot. Hopefully I won't be driven to do the same here.
I never suspected the villain, and learned a bit about tobacco.
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