Certainly not one of the more difficult JDC locked room mysteries. It's perfectly possible to solve how the crimes were committed... but putting your finger on the criminal may be more difficult than you realize at first. However, regardless of whether you're stumped from the get-go or whether you successfully navigated to the solution, The Case of the Constant Suicides is a fun, light read that does not overstay its welcome. Typically, I hate in-book romances. They always seem forced and hackneyed, but for whatever reason, I didn't mind the one in Suicides... maybe because JDC didn't take it seriously, made it obvious from the beginning how the relationship would end up, and made as much fun out of it as possible. Heck, just about everything in the book is incredibly fun, especially the interplay between the characters, who are, I have to say, flat as playing cards, but immensely amusing.