I’m not even going to try and sum up the plot/premise of this book, because it is a futile endeavor. But also, half the fun is not knowing what’s about to happen. Actually, that’s a lie. I did try and sum it up, and everything I typed sounded vile, and also spoiled things. So I deleted everything and it felt great. Anyway, I’m still right. I knew almost nothing about this going in, and it was better that way.
It’s told in a non-linear style, with Izzy narrating in the form of “case-files”, explaining chains of relevant events that eventually tally up to a whole story. The Spellman clan is *strange*, a family full of P.I.s with boundary and privacy issues. And other issues besides that. It really was very entertaining, but as previously said, also kind of exhausting. I will probably continue the series, but it may be a while.