The latest exploits of the Mim's Whims women has them going to a Guy Fawkes party at a house owned by Harry Harrison's boss. After an altercation, one of Harry Harrison's co-workers is found dead and Ginger Scarlett sets out to prove Harrison's innocence.
I dived into this right after finishing At The Drop Of A Hat, and there was a lot to like. The plot was very well done, I don't think I ever had a firm suspect in mind, and the culprit was a surprise. With that being said, the ending was too far-fetched and improbable for me to give it 5 stars. I did like that this book revealed a little more about Harrison's and Viv's pasts. Considering what an integral part of the story they are, there hasn't been much detail on them up until now, and the characters are one-dimensional. Also a shame, since the charming characters make the series as good as it is.
Overall, a great read and I'm already looking forward to the next in the series.