I thoroughly enjoyed this whodunit and found none of the formatting or punctuation problems others have complained about. Clearly, they have been corrected.I liked protagonist Mary Magruder Katz and all the people surrounding her who appeared just enough to be interesting, but not enough to detract from the main plot.
Mary is an attorney in Miami, FL where everyone has some minority blood in their veins. Mary has gotten involved with two major cases and one minor one, which carry the always interesting and often exciting plot through to the final page. One case involves a local judge who is suspected of leniency and possible collusion with drug offenders and whose career is on the line. The other, handed to her almost by accident, concerns a young man from Argentina rendered incommunicado by the Justice Department and Homeland Security on suspicion that he is a terrorist. The third comes when her boyfriend, a home developer, is sued because he is behind schedule in building some high-end condos. Mary has her work cut out for her and manages to deal with Miami weather, which in June means rain and more rain, as well as with threats against her life and limb.
This book was a fun read!