This book is the fourth installment in the Lillian Byrd series and we see Lillian get into more trouble. This time with a recently retired cop friend, a homeless man, and a femme fatale named Audrey Knox.
What starts out as trying to help someone out ends up with murder and a mystery surrounding drug money and the people after it. Of course Lillian is right in the thick of things and craziness ensues.
It seems as though the author sticks for a formula, but the formula works and the stories are different enough that it's just so enjoyable to take the ride with the cooky main character.
Once again the narrator just embodies the whole story for me. I find myself trying to find reasons to listen instead of read which is unusual for me.
I will definitely be reading all the books in this series. I'm just a little sad that there are only five.