This installment of the Sandhamm Mysteries find Nora coming to terms with her divorce and newly single status. Thomas is recovering from losing some toes. Of course, there is another mystery to solve. The mystery isn't all that compelling - there is no real sense of danger - though it does raise question of miltary training and makes good use of a spooky location.
Surprisingly, I enjoyed the parts with Nora more - usually I prefer Thomas as Nora seems so much melodrama, but her family situation is more sympathic here, and she is less annoying. So that was nice.