Another easy apprehension or so it seemed. Stephanie gets down and dirty when bodies start turning up at every turn. The case turns into drugs and porn with a chase thru a mall along with a bad hair day.
The humor and plot twists in this chapter of Stephanie's life kept this book interesting all the way thru.
And it would not be complete without something getting blown up in the process.
It took me awhile to get use to the raspy monotone voice of Lori Petty, but over all the book was great.
Story starts out great with comparing Lula to a 53 Packard. Stephanie is assigned an easy case that turns into a chase from Trenton to Atlantic City and Back with the fugitive slipping thru her grasp at every turn.
As always, things get blown up or fire bombed and a life and death fight in a retirement home are exciting to keep the reader on their toes as the story twists. And the humor is placed in the right locations to give the reader a chuckle or an out right belly laugh.
As rumors fly about Stephanie's marriage and being pregnant, sure makes the story interesting.
In my opinion, the narrator sure sounds like Lorelei King.
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