I am a huge fan of Anne Allen's Guernsey series in which various locations are lovingly described. With the 'suicide' of her twin brother, this book has a orally different feel as Fiona tries to get to the bottom of it. With an undiscovered Renoir and links to WW2 this book has a much darker feel to it. I have also noticed a supernatural element apparent in the later novels and I enjoyed catching up with characters from previous books; the way in which they are interconnected is very cleverly done. The tone of this book is rather different though, somehow bleaker yet it seems to feature all the key elements of the others; a mystery to solve, a historic connection and of course, romance. These all come together brilliantly in this book with an added touch of a fast-paced thriller.