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Soledad's life partner Casey is a professional astrologer and not employed at the school. Their relationship makes a nice backdrop to the narrative, which moves back and forth between their two perspectives on the murder, Soledad an insider frequently interacting with teachers and students, and Casey an outsider, but with astrology clients among the school staff.
So far, the book is only available as an e-book, which is not my favorite way to read. The Kindle version has some flaws in it, mainly in not allowing space breaks to signal when the narrative shifts from Casey's to Soledad's plot line, and vice versa. This is not a big problem, but an annoyance that throws you out of the book every time it happens. What I love about reading is being absorbed in the place and the lives of the people. Jenny Yates does a great job of drawing you in, and I loved being part of these characters' lives. I look forward to joining them for further mysteries, and to rereading this in hard cover when that's available.