Bloomsbury, 2013.

Review published Feb 2017.

Sidney Chambers, an Episcopal priest in England and associated with Cambridge University, copes with several different issues in this second book of the series (I did not read the first one, so I don't know if some of these stories were begun there). He is the kind of detective who finds answers by patiently observing details and discussing issues with others. This is a very English story; for example, the cricket game is described in minute detail and with the correct, obscure, English terms used throughout.

It is a gentle book despite several quite violent episodes, and the characters are all too good to be true, but they are sweet.

I enjoyed reading it but I'm not sure I would pick another.