Looking for ways to beef up the Gazette's revenue, co-owner Jamie Swift tries running a personals section. Things don't go as planned when a woman is murdered and a Gazette personal ad is found nearby.
On her own personal front, Jamie and Max Holt have been doing a sexy dance around each other, and now they're at a crucial crossroads. When Max learns about the murder, he's concerned, knowing Jamie will be caught up in the thick of things. Max and Jamie must once again solve a crime. Will they have a chance to focus on each other as well this time?
The Jamie Swift and Max Holt series moves to a new level as these two almost-lovers finally connect. As always, the dialogue and events are outrageous, wacky and just plain fun. (Apr., 344 pp., $7.99)
Jill M. Smith