This is the second book in the Inspector Faro series. The book description doesn't make it clear that it's the second, and having just read the first, I had to guess which came next. Fortunately, I guessed right.Like 'Enter The Second Murderer', 'Blood Line' is smoothly written, with an authentic-feeling Victorian background.However, I feel that the book description ('Who was King James?') is inappropriate because that's not the book's main plot.The ending was highly unsatisfactory on several levels. I don't want to give away how the book ends, but it was seriously frustrating. I believe that many lovers of mystery fiction will be at least as annoyed as I was.