"Rachel Cord, P.I., is certainly one of the most memorable P.I.'s that I have ever encountered . . . . The fast pace things happen in this story often left me breathless and unable to put the book down." -- Cherie Fisher (Reader Views)
"R. E. Conary took a big risk with this novel. I was blown away by the surprising turn of events, and my first thought was: 'Nothing like this ever happens to Kinsey Millhone!' ...R. E. Conary plans on being anything but formulaic." --POD Book Reviews & More
"A great detective novel with sarcastic humor and gritty realism. The mystery is solid and complex, and Conary does an excellent job of presenting several different threads...and painstakingly weaving them together, so that the resolve at the end is deliciously satisfying. The book is loaded with well defined and interesting characters, and the writing is clean enough to stay out of the way... Conary does a wonderful job describing the details of Rachel's investigations which are always my favorite part of a detective novel."
No. I don't think I've ever read anything as stupid as this....
I didn't even get past the first chapter. Read more
the torture was a bit over the top, made for a tortuous read. characters were simple, not enough 'back-story'. didn't really care to 'know' them after a few chaptersPublished 17 months ago by Gina Koncz
Using her skills as a private investigator, Rachel Cord has yet to discover why the long-term relationship with Karen, her gay lover, has ended. Read morePublished on October 6, 2011 by For What It's Worth...
This was a funny detective book - I enjoyed it.
Light, witty, has a pretty serious violence part, but worth the read.
Funny, irrelevant, cool. That's R.E. Conary's first in the Rachel Cord series, Life's a Bitch. So Am I, and what a terrific series it's turning out to be. Over-the-top? Read morePublished on March 10, 2011 by Crime Queen
I throughly enjoyed this somewhat zany book. Over the top violence, I suppose, but I found it all very relevant and funny. Read morePublished on February 28, 2011 by Crime Lover
As a straight male, I found the book went into more detail of the gay lifestyle than I needed. I fully understand the context and I suspect gays may enjoy this aspect even more,... Read morePublished on October 24, 2010 by D. Webb
I was GREATLY disappointed with this book after reading the reviews, buying it & then reading the book. Read morePublished on September 6, 2010 by Andrew Harris