Death In Bagheria (A Serafina Florio Mystery, #3) - Susan Russo Anderson What is stronger in the book: plot or character development? I'm going to say plot. The author is careful about how she builds up the story and the historical facts / elements she has to include.

How did you feel about the main character? There were many moments in the book when I felt that Serafina was too caught up in her emotions. Had she been less emotional, she may have been able to solve the mystery faster. Or were these emotions necessary to distract the reader from the actual twist?

What are the most important relationships in the book? It's between loyalty and family. Blood is thicker than water … I felt that this book explored this angle in many different ways.

Did you find this book a quick read? It was a quick and very good read. I definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a good fiction book.

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book to provide an honest review.