The Curious Case of Miss Clementine Nimowitz (and Her Exceedingly Tiny Dog) - Rachael Acks You should not even read this review if you have not read 'Murder on the Titania.' It is impossible to avoid spoiling that novella. That is your warning.

This was an incredibly fun story to read. It was immediately engaging, from the very first page. It opens with a vivid description of an elderly woman's parlor, spoiled by the mangled dead body lying on the carpet. Captain Marta Ramos and her colleague, Simms, come upon the grisly scene and decide to get to the bottom of what happened.

Captain Ramos is a much more enjoyable character than the main character from 'Murder on the Titania.' She thinks much more progressively, and isn't completely scandalized by the slightest impropriety. The story was cleverly humorous, with intriguing characters whom I really hope to see again in the future. If you enjoy humorous mysteries with a strong, female character, if you like anti-heroes, and great dialogue, you are likely to enjoy this story.