"Great character development by the author as persons of all levels of society are depicted very well. Music lovers will enjoy how thoroughly Fleet develops specific things about the music world. Best of all, there is a really good story here--if you can call a stalker good--that will keep readers on their toes. DIVA is a very suspenseful book!" -- Feathered Quill Book Reviews
"Fleet subtitles her new killer thriller a novel of psychological suspense. That's an understatement. Diva brings back homicide detective FrankRenzi and centers on a lethal stalker. The dazzling object of his sexual obsession is a talented beauty [and] her all-consuming hunger forfame goes well beyond ambition. None of which means she deserves to beraped and slaughtered. Will Renzi be able to keep thatfrom happening? Fleet takes the answer down to the wire. -- Jan Herman, author of A Talent for Trouble: the Life of Hollywood's Most Acclaimed Director William Wyler
From the Author
DIVA was inspired by an actual stalking case. The victim, another brass player like me, was relentlessly stalked by a deranged man for seven years. She escaped by moving to a different state. Although the stalker in DIVA is quite different, a totally fictitious character, many of the events in the book were drawn from my knowledge of what happened to my brass player friend.
Thus, I have dedicated DIVA to stalking victims everywhere, and especially to my friend A.M., who finally escaped the man who stalked her.