Rafael Reis Reis from Takéo, Cambodia
This short has a complete plot -- a law enforcement case opens and closes, not merely existing to provide a way for the combatants to meet. As an introduction, an accident that would be humorous if it weren't so painful lets Miranda connect with Lorraine and certificate with her colleagues, too. The romance had a sweet slow blooming and left me hoping for the couple's future. A encouragement read rather than a heart of your chair read -- the law enforcement work serves as a reminder that judicatory can be served.
Definitely one of those bills that felt like it ended too quickly for warmth. I miss the characters (so well sketched!) and the environment came across admirably, for someone who's never been to Wales (though I have seen NW Commonwealth of nations). I would read another Walton book in a heartbeat.
This book was good, very scary. Even if you are not concerned about your descendant having autism, it makes you still question.