To Drew "The Riever" McDowell, this seemed like a fairly straightforward assignment: track down Tracy Brandt and find out her connection to a top secret mission. But when Drew finds her, he realizes Tracy has a mission of her own--solving the sixty-year-old murder of Trixie Halston, a mysterious, mesmerizing singer of the 1940s. In fact, Tracy's obsession with Trixie goes beyond interest--at times she actually seems to become Trixie. She goes from demure but contemporary woman to the brazen big band singer on a dime.
And the scary thing is--Drew is falling hard. For both of them
This felt like a ghost story that happened to be stuck in the Code Name: Danger series as opposed to a true secret agent story. It was page turning with an interesting take on pre WWII days. Tracy is possessed by the ghost of Trixie who was killed before the war began. Drew is sent to investigate Tracy because of her recent internet searches about a WWII era ship that is secretly still in service. He helps her unravel what really happened to Trixie and falls in love in the process.