McKinlay's foray into James Bond-ish levels of action. This was the most frustrating entry in this series yet. Lindsey repeatedly withheld evidence from Emma, even though Emma has more than demonstrated (just one book ago!) that she has an excellent poker face and can keep big secrets. Also, the love triangle was unnecessary. I think even McKinlay knew that, on some level, because Lindsey and Sully had better and more frequent scenes together than Lindsey and Robbie. Robbie's appearances tended to feel like an afterthought.
Halloween Bingo: I'm using this for Murder Most Foul. There was one murdered guy, who was almost forgotten in the face of Lindsey's worries about her brother.