I enjoyed this book but I thought it had some 'structural' problems.The book starts with a financial journalist losing a case for libel and being asked to investigate the 40year-old disappearance of a girl. Help with the former is used as an enticement to do the later. Without giving anything away what happens is that he agrees and so we get a story about family secrets and crime book-ended by a story about financial intrigue. Which feels odd because with at least 100 pages to go it felt like the story was over but we just switched back to the earlier plot to tidy that up.Also the financial story is full of complicated details and a lot of background exposition, whilst the family crime drama is about dark passions and uncovering hidden secrets. So it feels like it takes a long time to get going and a long time to wrap up. The central section though is a pretty good crime thriller. It had that page-turning effect of wanting to know what happened.Overall I enjoyed it but it could have done with some editting.