Matthew's brother Robert is stabbed to death shortly after Matthew confronts him in a bar about his infidelity. The police are without leads, but Matthew suspects the woman he last saw Robert with. He tracks her down, only to have her run away. When Matt finds her again, he discovers she is not who he thought—she's actually her twin sister.

Mia knows her twin, Margot, is no killer. Though it's difficult, Mia convinces Matt to help her figure out what really happened the night of Robert's murder. Now they must keep their minds on the job—and off each other. Especially since Matt fears he'd be unfaithful just like his father and brother and Mia has already been burned by a cheating spouse.

Don't Go Home is an interesting and suspenseful mystery with plenty of romance. Although it keeps you guessing, a lot of the hero's and heroine's conclusions about the murder don't seem reasonable. The heroine suffers her share of stress, yet she still comes across as a bit of a wuss. Nevertheless, this is an enjoyable read—as long as you don't think about it too deeply. (Dec., 388 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley