There’s a fine line between genius and insanity. The home of such a man existed 100 years ago. A rich, egotistical, megalomaniac built it and used it for science as well as pleasure. Now his great-grandson has returned to re-establish the family's traditions. Seven women are dead because of the curse of Castle Grey.
Tall, beautiful and intelligent, Special Agent Katherine Katt of the FBI was sent to Monterey, California, to find the man responsible for the murder of those seven women.
Detective Mickey (Mouse) James, of the Sacramento Police, was sent in an attempt to hide from the Mexican Cartel and to keep himself from getting killed.
Oil and water is how you would describe their relationship. Katt is a good agent being held back from how she sees herself in the Bureau. James is a bully with an attitude. Castle Grey is their first attempt together to get their lives and careers back on track.
I trudged through this book. Didn't like the narration and the way the story kept jumping around was confusing. Too many plots within the book. The writing was tedious and if I heard the phrase, "my friend" one more time I was going to scream. It could have been a good book with editing, alas it floundered.