This is the second Inishowen Mystery I have read by Andrea Carter and I am really enjoying her writing and the world on the Inishowen Penisula, somewhat isolated and insular, where even someone who has been there a number of years is an outsider. Solicitor Benedicta “Ben” O’Keefe feels responsible when a client apparently commits suicide and therefore continues to prod for a more exhaustive investigation, even when everyone else seems happy to call it suicide and close the case. The more Ben uncovers about Ben and her traumatic past, the more she is sure that her death was not by her own hand. Ben, as a solicitor sleuth, is a well drawn intelligent female lead. There is a very good balance in the interactions between Ben and the police. Themes of religious zealotry, trauma, and secrets (and the damage they can do) are all represented here. I have to admit I was surprised at the reveal, not at the who, but at the why and I am still not certain that entirely worked for me, but still a quite good read. Well paced, intriguing mystery read.