That was a fun read.
I really liked Hilary (although she shows poor taste in men). She made the book for me.
Henry... well it would be nice to think that his kind has become extinct but I doubt it. What turned me off most was that his starting point was disbelief. It so narcissistic that you want to send him for counselling or just slap him.
I thought some of the scenes - the one where Hilary goes to Henry for advice, the fog on the road, the confrontation in the Glasgow flat - were very well done.
The plot was clever enough to keep my interest.
Some of the exposition creaked and some of the repetition of data suggested that Wentworth assumed her reader's had very poor memories.
Miss Silver seemed to be a deus ex machina who coughs a lot and likes to knit in public but I'm interested in seeing more of her.
I had a good time doing this. Shall we do another one next weekend?