Three stars because it consistently held my attention, but though the writing is crisp and readable, and there are some laughs, I felt the emotions were really phoned in here -- or perhaps written in shorthand describes it better. And though the plot is intriguing, there are some really dumb areas. Suspecting a rich man of helping his brother commit mass murder in order to buy a bar because his brother was too proud to borrow the money from him -- seriously?I'm also getting tired of how right Eve always is. Her instincts never fail, no one ever tricks or betrays her. It takes away a lot of the suspense.