Robert P. Bennett has given us an interesting, persistent amateur sleuth in his Blind Traveler series. What I liked most about this book, beside Mr. Bennett's superb research, was the determination of the character to find answers to the death of a woman he met on a plane, shared dinner with, and with whom he felt a greater relationship could develop. Never once did the character lapse into self-pity for his sightless world. Instead, he forged ahead where seeing men would fear to go, using his other senses. I felt the motivation of the antagonist could have been more fleshed out, but all in all, a good read, and I learned a thing or two--something every book should offer.