Family takes center focus in this one, the final story in the Henry Rios series. Henry has been largely without family most of his life, and it's heartening to see him and his sister build a bridge between each other, as well as expanding their family in unexpected ways. The mystery revolves around the family as well, but it's not all doom and gloom as in previous books, though there are some casualties along the way. Still, this series leaves Henry, his family and his new relationship in a positive place for the most part, and I can envision happiness for these characters beyond this book. I only wish it was a little longer at the end so there isn't quite so much summarizing, and I'd like to have seen John one more time.