Tuesday, April 4, 2017

When All the Girls Have Gone/Jayne Ann Krentz/341 pgs.

Charlotte Sawyer tries to contact her step-sister, Jocelyn, to inform her that her close friend, Louise, is dead--seemingly from a drug overdose. Jocelyn is away on a "tech free" retreat, and when Charlotte stops by to take care of her plants, she discovers a padded envelope in the mail. It contains keys and a cryptic message from Louise. When Charlotte goes to Louise's place, she encounters Max Cutler, an investigator who has been hired by Louise's cousin, Daniel, to look into Louise's death. Charlotte joins forces with Max to uncover Jocelyn's mysterious disappearance, and the truth behind Louise's death. It's fast paced, interesting characters, with a little romance thrown in. Recommended.

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