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by Tori Carrington

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Mystery, Private Investigator

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While retaining all the humor and off-kilter exploits that have made this series such a delight, Carrington's latest shows Sofie's growing confidence in her instincts and abilities. This writing duo excels at delivering both giggles and gasps, and they have another winner.

In the last six months, Sofie Metropolis has gone from being an almost traditional Greek bride to a single, somewhat successful P.I. With her uncle Spyros out of the country, she
is managing his P.I. agency, and her newest case involves New York Mets pitching phenom Reni Venezuela. According to his wife, Reni has been acting strangely since he got back from
a road trip to Pittsburgh, and she wants
to know why.

Romantically, Sofie and her Australian mystery man, Jake, are still
at a standstill, so when a handsome and charming Greek man makes a move, Sofie is quite tempted. Life
is never dull in Queens. (Forge, Jun.,
317 pp., $23.95)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Forge

Published: June 2007

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