I took myself on a walk down to Starbucks with this book. I sat on a comfy chair and read it while sipping my Grande Americano with half-n-half and Splenda. I read a review of the series in A Common Reader a while back, and it made me want to give it a try. This one was okay, but not as intellectually stimulating as I was expecting. I'm an Agatha Christie fan, and I tend to hold all cosy myteries up to her works in comparison. I think I should go back and start at the begining of this series in order to learn the characters better.
Shelia Malory is acting as literary agent for a deceased friend. In going through her papers she discovers surprises. She must find the truth before someone dies for this legacy. This book makes a relaxing, light read.