LICENSED FOR TROUBLE
Warren’s third PJ Sugar novel is filled with humor and mystery. PJ’s character is detailed and relatable. Warren’s ability to weave faith elements seamlessly into the plot elevates the book above others in the genre.
PJ Sugar is amazed to find out she is sole heir to a giant mansion. Why would Agatha Kellogg leave the crumbling home to her? With nowhere else to live, PJ takes up residence, and handyman Max Smith arrives to help. He will trade work on the house for PJ using her P.I. skills to find out amnesiac Max’s real identity. Has she taken on more than she can handle with this assignment? (TYNDALE, Aug., 380 pp., $13.99)