Lucy Mathews, crime reporter turned antiques dealer, avoids confrontation like a home perm. She even lets a cat shove her around.
When Lucy trips over the body of a buckskin-clad relics trader, her ex-boss asks her to cover the story. She tries to tell him no, but old habits die hard and soon she finds herself directly in the path of a killer and the exasperating, if attractive, detective in charge.
Can Lucy catch a killer or is this the last confrontation for her—period?
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The story and characters were so interesting I just couldn’t stop reading. Additionally, it was such a pleasure to read a book that isn’t spattered with misspelled words, or worse, terms used inappropriately (always the sign of an author merely spell checking). However, I can’t stand the cover art.
Despite being predictable, the plot is solid, the characters if not well defined are believable, and the narrator and main character livable and endearing. A good read for light entertainment and diversion.
Fun, lighthearted, easy to read book. Very enjoyable, I will read other books by the author.