It's the second of her Triple Threat Novels, and I have to sadly say I haven't read the first one. Yet, I can say this is a great read with interesting twists. And though it is the second book, if you haven't read the first one, you don't feel completely out of the loop--I was still able to get to know the characters as well as I would any other book, though when it hints at things that happened in the last one, you may feel a little behind.
In this book, the reader follows Allison, Cassidy, and Nicole as they investigate the death of Jim Fate, a famed voice of talk radio. There are more than enough suspects, since he seemed to make a lot of people hate him with his opinions. Each lady also deals with personal conflicts as they're trying to figure out who murdered this man, including one of them who was closer to Fate than what she let on with her friends. All in all, interesting, and it reminds me of the show Women's Murder Club--which was based off novels by James Patterson, though I have yet to read the books.
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