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Wise change of setting,
This review is from: Requiem for a Mezzo (Daisy Dalrymple) (Paperback)
After the first two books in the series it rather seemed as if our heroine was set to discover a dead body in one country house that she was photographing after another. Thankfully the auther seems to have realised that not only was this going to start to feel a bit samey, but that it would become increasingly difficult to shoehorn in Daisy's two competing suitors. The action in this therefore switches to London - and an artistic milieu described as effectively as the country houses had been - and ends with a development in the Hon. Miss Dalrymple's working life that looks likely to make that the location of future books as well.
In other respects the book is essentially more of the same, but none the worse for that. Even if she doesn't push any boundaries, there is no doubt that Carola Dunn can write very nicely and the book carries one along as well as one could wish.