As good as any of the first five, this story has Jazz, a Tiger Moth and a sultry blues singer. The author is putting real detail into her character in this book building on the foundations in the previous stories.
I am growing in affection for Phrynne. She is unconventional, with a personal moral code more styled for this century than the times in which the story is set. But then again how would we know. Our grandmother and great-grandmothers were likely to be much wilder than the stories passed down. Viva the Jazz Age!