From the publisher of Slightly Murderous Intent
There’s a shooter on the loose who keeps missing his target. But that doesn’t stop him from trying again…and again. It’s up to rookie lawyer and spunky sleuth, Corrie Locke, to find the gunman before he hits his mark…D.A. James Zachary, Corrie’s hunky and complicated frenemy.
When Corrie is stuck with more questions than answers, she enlists a team with various strengths, weapons and cooking skills to help her find the shooter. Computer whiz/boyfriend Michael is onboard. So is former security guard, Veera. Toss in an over-the-hill informant and a couple of feuding celebrity chefs and Corrie’s got her very own A-Team. Okay, maybe it’s more like a B-Team.
Can Team Corrie hunt down the shooter before he scores a bulls-eye?
With nonstop action and twists galore, Slightly Murderous Intent kept me entertained from beginning to end. Corrie’s a delightful protagonist with a can-do attitude and a closet full of weaponry, which kept me wondering which trick she’d pull out of the bag next.
The writing style is fast and well-paced with dialogue playing the starring role. While I love that writing style, there were a few times when I had to backtrack because the descriptions of action were a little too sparse. Even with those few little hiccups, I was on board with Slightly Murderous Intent from beginning to end.
Overall, this is a solid entry in the light mystery genre with a strong female lead that can wield a shuriken as well as she can a pair of heels. There were a few developments at the end that might set things up for the next book in the series, which is one I’m looking forward to.
Available in both Kindle and soft cover on Amazon.com.
FTC Full Disclosure: A review copy of this book was provided by its publisher.a Rafflecopter giveaway