My book this week is A Disguise to Die For by Diane Vallere.
This is the first in a new series that goes on sale on Tuesday. And I will have a review and giveaway for it up on Tuesday, so I hope you'll come back to see what I thought. (Spoiler alert - I loved it!!!!!)
And it grabbed me from the very beginning with this as the opening:
"Give me the knife," demanded the cranky man in the wheelchair.
"I don't think so," I said.
"I'm not playing, Margo. Give me the knife."
Kind of hooks you, doesn't it?
Moving on to page 56, we find:
The only explanation I had of her behavior was that she was guilty of something. Could that something be murder? Lover's quarrel or jealous rage? Add in that she was planning on a morning of tennis the day after her fiance had been murdered, and something was rotten in the state of Denmark - or Nevada, as the case may be.
I do hope you'll come back on Tuesday to find out more. In the meantime, have a wonderful weekend.