When a young woman plunges from a Las Vegas tour helicopter, landing in the Pirate’s lagoon in front of the Treasure Island Hotel in the middle the 8:30 Pirate Show, almost everyone wrote her off as another Vegas victim. But Lucky O’Toole, the wise-cracking Head of Customer Relations at the Babylon, the newest, most over-the-top mega-resort on the Strip, smelled a rat.
Lucky O’Toole, head of Customer Relations at premier megaresort the Babylon, thinks it’s just another night in Las Vegas... until she discovers Numbers Neidermeyer has been tossed into the shark tank at the Mandalay Bay Resort as a snack for the tiger shark. When the police show up at the Babylon with a hastily prepared search warrant, applied for by the district attorney himself, and Jeremy lands in the hot seat, Lucky realizes her previous night was far from routine. Lucky is drawn into a deadly game where no one is what they seem....
"Do Not Bother"
Lucky O’Toole, the vice president of customer relations for the Babylon, one of Las Vegas’ most over-the-top strip properties, is seriously regretting booking a reality television show, The Forever Game, into the small theatre at her hotel. One thing she knows for sure: Vegas does NOT need a dose of reality. The four couples competing in The Forever Game add their own mischief to the incendiary mix normally available in Sin City while competing for a Las Vegas wedding extravaganza. The host of the show, Trey Gold, appears interested only in keeping the spotlight on himself while the contestants run wild sampling all Vegas has to offer....
Lucky O’Toole, the newly promoted vice president of customer relations for the Babylon, Las Vegas’s primo strip property, has never met a problem she couldn’t handle. But when a young woman is found dead, sprawled across the hood of a new, bright-red Ferrari California in the Babylon’s on-site dealership, a Jimmy Choo stiletto stuck in her carotid, Lucky’s skills are maxed out.
Magician Dimitri Fortunoff appears to have a fatal accident during the final trick of the performance that marks the end of the 40-year run of one of Las Vegas’s most renowned burlesque shows. Soon after, his body disappears, and it’s up to Lucky O’Toole to investigate. Head of Customer Relations for the Babylon resort, the crown jewel of the megaresorts dotting the Las Vegas Strip, Lucky has the brains and resources to find out what really happened to Fortunoff - and why.
"lots of fun"
Having a blast on the 4th of July in Vegas takes on a whole new meaning for Lucky O’Toole, head of customer relations for the Babylon, a major Strip property, when she discovers a bomb in a friend’s restaurant and narrowly escapes becoming part of the "explosive entertainment". And this wasn’t the first time. Years ago, when Lucky was small, she’d had another narrow escape. Could the two be related? Missing dynamite, an old grudge, and whispers from the past force Lucky to delve into dark secrets best left alone. And when her father disappears, things become personal.