Thirty-four, bright and bored, Judith Singer knew something intriguing was going on in Shorehaven. After ten years, she was sure it wasn't her marriage. |
What was going on was a crime . . .
The victim: Dr. Bruce Fleckstein, gum specialist and stud - who kissed the girls and made them smile for his camera.
Now their faces were red. The movies were blue. The dentist was dead.
And solving the murder became Judith's hobby - then her passion . . . when she met Sharpe, the sexy lieutenant . . . and when her deep-buried, dazzling. sensous self burst into the light, breaking out of her own . . .