Did Derek kill Debbie then skip town? Detective Tony Cafazio doesn't think so, but he's the only one. The department is satisfied to blame the murder on the bad guy, but Cafazio thinks there's someone else involved-a man whose position in the community is so exalted there's a very good chance he's about to get away with murder...literally.
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He raised the glass to his lips and took a drink. It was a terrible wine, but it had served its purpose well. That remark about not having the taste for such a fine wine had been sheer genius on his part. It had gotten that backwoods hick bastard to drink the whole glass right down.
He set the wine down on the coffee table. Good God, this was tacky furniture. He couldn't wait to get out of this place. He just needed to pack up his briefcase and be on his way. Might be a good idea to take the wineglass with him. His fingerprints were all over it.
No. It was better to wash it off and put it back in the cupboard.
That done, he took one last look around the room. Everything he'd touched was wiped clean. Everything he'd brought with him he'd locked in his briefcase except for the syringe, still lodged in Derek's arm despite the convulsions. He picked up his raincoat and umbrella and headed for the door, congratulating himself on a job well done.
At that moment, he heard the scritching sound of a key in the lock and saw the doorknob move. He froze on the spot in horror.
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I was hooked on this book from the start. It's funny, entertaining and compulsive. The characters are well developed and totally believeable. There are so many twists and turns, the book is a real page-turner, I couldn't wait to find out what happened next. The main character Lisa's life is turned upside down when her best friend falls in love with a thief who steals all her money, and there are devastating consequences for all involved. I would highly recommend this book.
Not sure what the other folks are reading, but I didn't get the same warm fuzzy from this book. The protagonist's rub has been done, and done, and then over done. The story, overall, felt like a choppy regurgitation of a run-of-the-mill television script. I'd love to see someone write about something original for a change, and not the same old, same old we can watch on any given week night.
This is a good "read on the plane" book. The action is fast enough to keep your mind off your surroundings and the characters seem real. In a lot of mysteries, the characters are cardboard cut-outs. In Caviar Dreams, the characters are real people you come to care about.