Number five in The Kate Lawrence Mysteries: Kate's turning 50, and as if that weren't depressing enough, she's about to become a grandmother - twice. Her investigation of a mysterious death at the Vista View retirement complex opens her eyes to the new realities of aging, some of which send her reeling. What really happened to the wealthy, tennis-playing cougar in Building One? Are residents covering up a sex-for-hire scandal? Will Kate's longtime friend lose her job as Vista View's business manager?
©2012 Judith K. Ivie (P)2012 Judith K. Ivie
This book takes on the very serious social issue of assissted suicide. It handles it well. Kate and her supporting cast do a get a job of solving the murder, although the ending is a bit rushed. It's a solid well plotted mystery that is a bit sad. This is a good series and I will read the next one when it comes out.
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