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We also get a better sense of Joanna's dry sense of humor and her taste for adventure. In fact, the book is quite funny (murder notwithstanding)! The mystery is absorbing, with excellent clues that for me fell into place once I knew who the murderer was (I love it when I get stumped.) And, as always, I love love love the descriptions of the vintage clothes - a passage describing Joanna "thrifting" (shopping) is so brilliant that I practically had to grab my car keys and head to the nearest Goodwill. It's tons of fun. Highly recommend!
The plot of the book is pretty good. It held my interest throughout - not always the case with this genre. I also really enjoyed the characters of the nuns who assist Joanna in this story, especially the mother superior.
The book can be read as a stand alone, but I think that you might appreciate it more if you read the Lanvin book first. That way you can follow the development and improvement of the vintage clothing store and find out how Joanna and her male friend first met. It will enrich your appreciation of this second work.
I noted that the book is now available for free if you have a Kindle Unlimited subscription. I actually bought it, so I definitely thought it was a worthwhile read; however, I have found that a lot of the books currently available through Kindle Unlimited are really not very good, but I read constantly so it has saved me some money. If you are thinking about subscribing, browse through the available books first to see if you are interested in them, also evaluate how much you read. It might not be worth it if you only read one or two books a month. Just something everyone should consider for themselves.