A Review of Back on the Market

Back on the Market
By: L.A. Frazier
Genre: Mystery
274 pages
Publisher: Cup of Tea Books 
Publication Date: December 2012


Recently divorced, forty-something Vicky Andrews desperately needs a life. Finding her boss naked and dead at an open house she's hosting was not what she had in mind. Wishing she'd spend more time reading Nancy Drew in her formative years, Vicky calls upon her own intuition and various investigative skills to try to find a piece of incriminating evidence the murderer thinks she has--before the murderer finds her. She might decide that the world has it in for her if not for Detective Nick Carson, who shares frustration, information, and more than a few fantastic kisses as he tries to solve the case. Throw in a rescued miniature dachshund, a skeleton named Max, and a coven of well-intentioned neighbors, and maybe, just maybe, Vicky has found exactly what she needs.

My Thoughts:

* I received a complimentary copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

A spunky heroine, a well plotted mystery, and the start of a romance with a hunky cop. Vicky is a likable protagonist and I enjoyed the mystery. There were a few minor mistakes but nothing that was distracting. I definitely want to read more of Vicky's adventures.

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