My rating: 3 of 5 stars
I love JAK/AQ books, partly because they're the reading equivalent of comfort food. We know we're going to get a strong willed heroine who's a career woman of some sort, an enigmatic and mysterious hero (who's misunderstood by all but the heroine), family problems revealed & solved by the end, and a mystery.
Garden of Lies delivers the goods. It's a Victorian mystery with snappy dialogue, the H&H we've come to expect and love, and a satisfying finish. It's all enjoyable, and there's nothing wrong with a little comfort now and then.
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