I only read the first couple of chapters. It is filled with vulger profanity and seductive inuendo. I did not like this book.
Life takes some interesting turns for the fiercely bright and beautiful Sally Harrington as she starts her new job anchoring a newcast created just for her:DBS News America This Morning. For most people that would be enough excitement. But not for Sally. She has to be the last person to talk to a jet-setting millionaire who turns up dead shortly after their interview.
Murder isn't the only distraction in Sall's world, though. Her sexual liaison deepens with the twentysomething police officer who followed her east from California. And there's still unfinished business with the fortysomething married man she sent back to California.
Then the feds connect the attempted murder of one of Sally's old acquaintances to the death of her infamous millionaire. And by the time anyone realizes that Sally herself might be the primary target, it may be too late to stop a killer from achieving his unltimate goal.
Great book and was hard to put down.
I did not care for this book. It is written in first person present tense and I had a hard time following it. I did not finish it. I bought it on the bargain shelf at the store and wish I had not wasted the money.
good read, surprised at the ending
A TV anchor is the last person to talk to a now murdered millionaire. An acquaintance of the anchor is connected to the murder but no one seems to realize that the anchor is the next potential victim. Humor is used along with suspense and lots of details.
It's an interesting mystery and romance novel.