I was pleased with the latest review on Amazon.co.uk from Annie from Aberdeenshire, which in part goes like this:
The various authors of this series all seem to have at least one skill in common: they can each portray their characters with a very few words, and still give them distinctive identities. At the same time, both Cash and Gideon remain constant, regardless of who is describing them. In this book, a fresh piece of Cash's history is revealed, together with its consequences, and my only real criticism is that the author does not seem to make any effort to show the impact this would have on the Cash we already know. Anything more would be a spoiler, but see what you think.
There's a rather clever literary touch, in that the first and last sentence of the story are the same, but there's a gap of 16 years, and it's not necessarily referring to the same individual, nor true in both cases: read it and judge for yourself.