I liked this book so much I actually bought used copies from the same series as this.
After a torturous semester in college many years ago where the professor tried to drag out conversations about detective novels where there were none, especially for a once-a-week, three hour class (can one say torture?) and having to read books that weren’t worth the money I paid for them, I haven’t really given detective novels much attention.
When asked, I say Faye Kellerman and her series. I do enjoy her series and try to keep up to date with her.
Until now. I found another one.
This has to be the most easy-going, enjoyable detective book I have ever read. Page turner, yes, but in a different way. These are real people, real problems, real follies.
I can’t wait to read more of the series.