While Upson mimics Tey's style well, the plot becomes oppressive as more and more secrets within a very small circle of rural friends and family members are revealed. It's difficult to like anyone, even the characters Upson tells the reader he or she should find sympathetic - too bad she doesn't really show the reader.
Much too long back story before the action gets started, but worth the effort and a change in venue makes this book a little bit of effort that evolves into the expected well constructed story.
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