"Every revolution begins with breakfast, darling."
I thought the killer was someone other than who did the killing, so I figured out who it was when Gigi did.
Since finding out the author is the same as another book I just read and wasn't really a fan of, I was skeptical that I would like this as well. This was better than I thought it would be. It still felt rushed in some spots. I guess the passage of time is indicated by the author when she hits the carriage return a few times.
I'd like to give this author another try with this and her other series. She has some nice ideas, I just have to get used to her writing style.