By Lincoln Farish
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Not my usual genre to read, but once again I found myself being sucked into the action and really enjoying the story. Maisie is back, a bit wiser, more sure of herself and her place in the world. Problem is she can’t tell anyone about her new job and it’s eating her up. Despite the tension of keeping secrets from her boyfriend, her family, her coworkers, and a Serbian gangster that takes a liking to Maisie, she is, for the most part, able to keep her wits and do her job. The jokes are still there, the family is still a looming presence, and her coworkers are as goofy/irritating as always, but the tension is ramped up, the stakes are higher, and Maisie has to use her considerable skills and wits to keep everything separate and not screw up again.