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I had a feeling I was going to love this book based on the first look, and clearly I was correct. I tend to really enjoy the Forge imprint, and this was not an exception to that rule. I tend to really enjoy historical fiction, and I also really enjoy mysteries, so this combination was an immediate hit for me. I loved the queer representation in the book and the mystery itself totally hooked me. Lev A.C. Rosen wrote such a complex story that was honestly not that long. I didn't think the Knives Out comparison was 100% accurate, but since I loved that movie and I really enjoyed that book, I will not argue about that too much. This was a lovely found family story with a plot that kept me engaged from start to finish. I will absolutely be reading more by Rosen in the future. Now I just want to go out and find every queer historical mystery I can since Rosen seems to have found the perfect formula for me.