Mia Quinn works for the King County prosecutor’s office. She has just returned to work after the death of her husband, and now she is struggling to balance work with being there for her teenage son and 4 year old daughter. If that isn’t enough stress, she is on the phone with another prosecutor when that woman is brutally attacked. Now Mia must work with detective Charlie Coleman to solve the case, navigating around office politics and personal issues.
Wiehl and Henry have written another engrossing mystery involving characters who struggle with real-life issues like balancing work and family. Ophelia Miller from the Triple Threat series makes a brief appearance. I really enjoy this quirky character and hope that she has her own series someday.
If you’re already a Lis Wiehl fan, you’ll enjoy her latest work. If you’ve never read a Lis Wiehl novel, this is a great place to start.
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