Straight cop, gay cop, and a woman who “isn’t real.” Tom and Stanley are on the trail of a drag queen serial killer, and along the way, they find themselves engaged in a more intimate pursuit, trying to resolve another mystery: their unexpected attraction to one another.
Deadly Wrong – The Blurb:
The police say “involuntary manslaughter,” but a tragic accident turns out instead to be murder, plain and simple. And San Francisco Homicide Inspector Stanley Korski, on leave from the force and his unrequited love for fellow detective Tom Danzel, walks right into a murderer’s web of treachery. Wrong, Stanley. Deadly wrong.
Dislikes/likes (ending on a high note):
Dislike~ Kris the Superficial likes her romances with hot sex. At times, I was prob’ly more frustrated than Stanley.
Like~ I loved Stanley. He was adorable; faults and all.
Dislike~ *wailing* Why do I keep reading books where the author makes me hate the love interest of the hero?? Granted Tom was much better than that bastard Jake, but still…
Like~ This may sound egotistical, but I pretty much – maybe 90% of the time – guess whodunit. With both these books, I had only an inkling. I HEART that I didn’t know who the baddies were. It was GRRRATE!!! *big g*
So, what I think:
T – Rific book/s; especially for those who like crime/mysteries.
The fangirls who are Lisabea and Sarah were spot on with their squees about this author. 🙂
‘Tasting’ is my version of a mini-review where I talk a (very) little about what I liked and disliked about a book as well as who I think the story will appeal to.