I have seriously been aching for a good whodunnit, which is why i decided to read this book in the first place. The first chapters drew me in which is why I was so disappointed to feel so lukewarm about the rest of the book. Don't get me wrong, the medical case was so intriguing especially as someone who studied science, but I didn't really care for the story within a story aspect. To me, it didn't really contribute anything significant to the storyline. But I really liked the characters and thought they were well thought out. In all, for me, it was a solid read, not the most amazing book I've read but also not the worst. I might read another book from this author but i definitely think it would depend on the topic.