This is a fun read. Rosenfelt writes chuckle-out-loud commentary. The protagonist is a lawyer/detective who teams up with an ex-policewoman (attractive, of course.) I recommend all three of Rosenfelt's books, in chronological order.
I have read all the previous books in this series. The story barely moves in this one.
This is a very fun book to listen to. Annie Potts is responsible. She reads the story about an independent woman whose life intersects with some famous characters of her time, including, among others, Wild Bill Hickok and Wyatt Earp and his brothers.
I didn't find this book as funny as many of your other reviewers; especially the section about his life as a heavy drug user.
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