Romance - and murder - is in the air! Medical insurance fraud investigator Pauline Sokol likes to keep her feet firmly placed on the ground, but her new undercover assignment has the aero-phobic ex-nurse flying high and her stomach lurching! Compelled by her convictions of right and wrong, she takes off in order to ground a land-and-air ambulance company that's been doing some rather creative billing, and needs to crash and burn before they soak the insurance company for more. Pauline's insides do a real loop-de-loop when the company's owner is found dead, and Pauline starts to receive threatening phone calls. Suddenly the air feels safer than the ground! If Pauline (and handsome, irritating, fellow investigator Jagger) doesn't solve this case soon, even a jolt of electricity from the sexy helo-pilot-paramedic ER Dano won't be enough to revive her.
What disappointed you about Dead on Arrival?
The story is thin and the love triangle is forced
Would you ever listen to anything by Lori Avocato again?
What about Amy Rubinate’s performance did you like?
She brought some life to the story
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Dead on Arrival?
All the forced romance