It all starts when Eve Lawson stumbles into the Tate Investigations office to find out who is following her. Who would want to follow a bland writer with a wardrobe hopelessly stuck in the 80s? But Tucker and Charley soon learn that they've struck gold when this far-fetched case explodes into murder - and Eve Lawson, who's gone missing, is the prime suspect. The troubled daughter of a real estate tycoon, Eve's memoir may have rattled a few skeletons in the family closet. Tucker is on the case, and not even L.A. traffic can stop her.
I kept waiting for it to get cute or humorous. Never happened. Otherwise, the mystery was inventive and the characters and story were crafted well enough that I kept listening. It was not a waste of time, but it wasn't the kind of fun I was hoping for.