A slightly different approach to an Eve Dallas mystery - we know the identity of the killer from the start (and so does Eve), but they can't seem to catch him. And the killer is one sick self-entitled puppy. But, as always, it is a great read.
Of course, while the mystery is at the center, the relationship between Eve and Roarke still manages to shine. And not just them, but the friends, family, coworkers who became both throughout the series - they're all amazing. Especially Roarke's family. :-) And I just adored the big Thanksgiving dinner at the end.
All in all, a great addition to the series.