A Matter Of Honour was different for me to read compared with Archer's other narratives, as I wasn't hooked in the same way as I have found previously. It was a relatively quick read but it took some time before I was really, fully engrossed in the story. It still had the usual Archer elements of daring plot twists and turns and had me trying to think ahead, to what I would do next in the same situation. But it still felt like something was missing - not sure what. It just didn't live up to A Prisoner of Birth or Kane and Abel, but not a bad read.