(Received from Netgalley for review.)
Not quite as much fun as the first Delilah Dirk book had been. That’s probably at least in part because this book is much more plot focused. The spotlight is really on Delilah’s past and her conflict with a corrupt British officer. Which is fine, except that the plot itself started to bore me part way through. Maybe it went on for too long, or maybe there wasn’t enough substance for the page count. It’s still good overall, and certain scenes are very good, but it just wasn’t as enjoyable as the first book.