Ah, Daisy, you are a delight! The eighth book of the series, and you’re still as fresh and funny as you were in the first. You are perfectly cast as Katisha when your church decides to put on a production of The Mikado.
In between rehearsals and trying to solve a mystery, Daisy and Sam don’t have too much time together, but that’s all right. It gives their romance time to grow slowly, as it should.
The little glimpses we have of Pasadena in the 1920s add a bit of enjoyment for those of us familiar with the town, and Daisy’s frequent visits to the rich residents give us a peek behind the walls of the mansions we see driving by.