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on Feb. 24, 2011 :
Miriam Aster is an ex-cop turned PI who specialises in cases with Fey influence. That is fairies, of the dark and nasty kind. This time she consults on a missing persons case, and stumbles into another fairy-related crime.
I did like this Miriam Aster Novella, but not quite as much as the first, I think maybe the minor characters were not quite as central to the case this time, or not as fleshed out anyway.
The first novella had a strong sense of connection between Miriam and her Fey ex and the story was stronger for it.
This time around the love interest doesn't seem to be as strongly connected to the feisty detective, and if she weren't the client you might wonder why she was included at all.
There was still a strong fast pace and the story kept my attention but if smashwords had 3 1/2 stars I would rate it thus, instead of 4.
(reviewed long after purchase)