Hate mail is being sent to fellow campus cops and friends of Peggy O'Neill. The letters attack interracial relationships and Peggy soon has her own ideas about their source. Interesting development of character and lots of campus insight.
" A must read for fans of Sue Grafton"; "a rare treat" says Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine. Publisher's weekly states, "It is great fun trailing around with Peggy as she digs up dirt on deliciously dreadful folks." "Peggy O'Neill is a believable character who thinks and acts like a woman actually would," according to Sara Paretsky. Toby Bromberg, of Rave Reviews rates it 4 stars, and say " an enjoyable, totally absorbing outing... sure to appeal to those who prefer a puzzle to mindless violence." Author, "Lake gives us an inteligent, independent female sleuth who gets results," according to Macon Telegraph & News.