I liked this book. It was nice to see the regular characters. In the first third, old disagreeable Agatha is back. Then the book shifts into a formulaic disappointment. Conflicts start and are resolve too quickly.
Agatha senses danger now and it is overused. She has become high tech suddenly with the constant companion of her iPad and Kindle. Her looks have apparently improved along with a wardrobe that seems pretty impractical.
Despite all the drawbacks, this book is an improvement over the last five to ten of the series. I did not guess the murderer.