A plot twist I didn't see coming has now turned the last part of the book into a lecture on feminism. I understand that some of these issues were beginning to come to the forefront during this particular time period. However, Perry's lecturing feels a little anachronistic, as well as repetitive. I was hoping it was something that would stay only in her Pitt novels. It appears that's not the case. Has anyone read through the Pitt and/or Monk series? Does the political undertone stay with all of the coming novels? I have found myself enjoying these books, Monk more than Pitt. That being said, I don't want to keep on if I'm just going to get lectured every time I pick up a new book.