One of Joy Humbolt's dog walking clients turns up dead and she begins to look into the crime, first out of curiosity and then out of anger. As she digs deep into the secrets of Manhattan's elite, Joy gets too close to the killer with disastrous consequences.
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Coming of Age intertwined with a detective mystery
- Judy C
a combination of hysterical, hectic and dumb
Not writing it. For me - not wasting time on it.
It does not have a genre. It starts like a cozy mystery about a dog walker, than you get some of currently fashionable BDSM, then catacombs, hidden doors and tunnels, several love (lust) interests and finally a thriller. There is no logic or brain in the plot, actions or anything in this book.
Like the book itself its a tiresome combination of boring and hysterical.
The main heroine. She is constantly whining, crying, complaining, having long incredibly dumb dialogues and equally dumb monologues...she is simultaneously hectic and boring.
Wasted time and wasted money.