From bestselling mystery author Stephanie Caffrey comes Sin City's most unlikely detective...
When a heartthrob lounge singer gets passed over for a big promotion, who does he call for help? Raven McShane, the most unconventional detective in Las Vegas. When Raven isn't working at her gentlemen's club, she's stirring up a hornet's nest of trouble as a private detective, but this time she might be in over her head. When her investigation turns bloody, she enlists outside muscle to help her navigate Nevada's seamy underside and help her client beat a murder charge. Intrigue, betrayal, and colossally bad luck challenge Raven's spirits, but she charges ahead with her chin up and her heels poised to do maximum damage.
Note: This book was previously published under the title: "Ring of Fire."
Raven McShane Mysteries:
Diva Las Vegas (book #1)
Vegas Stripped (book #2)
Royal Flush (book #3)
Double Down (book #4)
Even Money (book #5)
"Reminded me of Evanovich and Parker..." ~ Chucktown Reader
"(DIVA LAS VEGAS) is possibly the best first book of any series I have read. I am always looking for new authors and series, and this one is a true masterpiece. I can hardly wait for the next book." ~ Mystery Lover
"I loved book 1 and have been eagerly awaiting book 2. This is a great romp, with fast paced action. Loved it." ~Reader Review
"It was so much fun to take another joyride through the dark side of Las Vegas with Raven McShane!" ~ Reader Review
Customer ReviewsSee All
Which is high praise. I thought the books (I've read the first two) were both pretty good. It's not Grisham and thank god it's not Sparks. It's fun ribald humor. The sidekicks are starting to take form, she's actually learning stuff about PI-ing, and the Vegas background gives it some flair. The stripping portion stays vague (which is kind of sad cause I'm a guy), but the accuracy of what is discussed lends credence to bits of Stephanie's bio!
A fun book that reads quick. And...and the price is reasonable for a bookaholic. Thank you Ms. Caffrey for sharing your imagination.
Not a very good book and the main character lacks likability. Very slow moving and short on humor. Overall, don't bother.