The 3rd Hannah Wolfe - if you like Hannah, you will like this one as well - it was actually my favorite of the 3.
You will LOVE every page... but keep turning anyway.
I have really enjoyed Sarah Dunant's Hannah Wolfe books. Hannah is a PI, who even though she starts out with a rather minor job, gets into some pretty risky situations. This is a different aspect of Dunant but still very well written.
This was a most interesting mystery beginning with sabotage at a health spa designed to frighten clients away from the spa. To some extent it works and Hannah Wolfe is hired to find the person responsible. She does and this job leads to two murders, one of which Hannah is to solve. The second is made to look like a suicide and is at first accepted as such. In the meantime Hannah's sister and her husband are having marital problems. Hannah has never liked her sister's husband, Colin, and doesn't really know what to do to help or even if she should. I can often solve the murders in the mysteries I read but Dunant led me on a detour so skillfully that I discarded my solution. Only at the end does she lead the reader back to who really did the murders. This is quite a good read.