While Bea Abbot worries that she’s lost control of her domestic agency, she’s asked to find some domestic help for an eccentric little musician falsely accused of murder. She doesn’t realize how dangerous this might be until Jeremy - fleeing from attempts on his life - lands up on her doorstep.
Researching the gang who’d used an attractive girl to entrap Jeremy, Bea finds traces of them throughout high society. Can Bea keep Jeremy - and herself - alive, while all he thinks about is composing a song for pretty, dead Josie?
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Tell us about yourself! Attorney/Rancher - eclectic taste in books in both fiction and non-fiction. Preference for British authors in mysteries, love well written dialogue and hate historical fiction.
I would make the protagonist a little smarter and less buffeted by events and people around her, she has the foreseeability of a chicken trying to cross a six lane highway.
Most of the story was not too interesting.
Patience Tomlinson can make even a character without a frontal lobe interesting.
Probably, it's about the level of the average television viewer.
I didn't like the protagonist, nor her son, nor her ex-husband. The most interesting of the characters were the two kids who were living with her, and if I had not purchased another of this series, before I heard this one, I would not purchase another.
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