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3.5 stars, but i'll round up. much much better than the Villa (srsly, what isn't?). lazy in the "who done it" department, i knew at about 100 pages exactly who it was, rather than the handful of suspects (lets be honest: i'm not reading this shit to be surprised/disturbed). You still have to connect the dots for the intent of each target.
the background and description of the smoke jumpers was not distracting or annoying, she did a good job intertwining their jobs and lives into the plot (for nearly 500 pages), without getting boring or feeling like i'm being lectured/educated. whether or not it's entirely accurate, i can't say. but it has the first page of google-searching covered. (i'm also not reading this shit to learn anything)