Let's Face the Music and Die by Sandra Scoppettone

Let's Face the Music and Die

Sandra Scoppettone

A detective story with a difference. There aren't too many entertaining novels about gay female detectives who use the internet to solve their cases. Read and enjoy!

There's a moment when I don't know what she means and my whole body vibrates as if I'm in a Cuisineart. Guilt is a powerful thing. I could tell her about Charlie West to def;ect what she might be thinking, but then she'd worry and I don't want that. Or she might come home and I don't want that either. This last thought takes me by surprise.
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