*Spoiler Ending Warning*
There is a big flaw in the murder set-up. It is initially believed that Marco Bergman jumped to his death as a suicide having read the scathing review of his latest collection. Yet he was blind, as we only find out towards the end. So why did his daughter leave the newspaper to suggest he'd been reading it, as her brother, who was not involved with the set-up, would realise he couldn't have possibly read it. Even if she did it to throw suspicion off herself, he would have found it odd. This also makes it unbelievable that the brother turns up later accusing Donna Henry of having caused Bergman's death, waving the review he knew his father couldn't possibly have seen anyway!