Callie Anson decides to go back to her old theological college for a week long course. Brian - the vicar in her parish - isn't keen on her going because it means he can't get away for a few days but he reluctantly agrees in the end. Then Callie wishes she hadn't decided to go when she learns that her ex-fiancé - Adam - will be there.
Her current boyfriend - Marco - decides not to announce their engagement at his family Easter get together and Callie is feeling just a little insecure. In the meantime Marco Lombardi and Neville Stewart have the murder of a teenage boy to investigate. This is no young tearaway gone off the rails but the only son of two hospital consultants. But was he as well behaved as his parents think he was?
There is plenty going on in this book and each chapter includes most strands of the story which make it seem to rush along at a great rate but it does hold your interest. Has the author tried to pack too much into one book? I did wonder when I realised there were a couple of other sub plots going on too. However I did enjoy it and managed to keep everything straight in my head while I was reading.
If you like your crime stories with a combination of church and police then this series might be a good one to try. This is the fourth book in the Callie Anson series and I think you really need to read them in the order in which they were published to understand the relationships between the series characters.
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