The main character is a literary agent. The Author, Evan Marshall, is also a literary agent. Evan Marshall should have used a good editor cause he was boring and redundant. The book was slow and then it collided with a rapid ending.
Literary agent Jane Stuart has finally decider to crawl out from under her pile of manuscripts to take a much needed vacation when she gets a surprise call from her late husban's cousin, Stephanie, asking if she can stay for a few days. Jain reluctantly agrees after all, it is Thanksgiving, and Stephanie is taking an editor's job at a hot new publishing house.
But no sooner has Stephanie unpaked her file folders than it becomes clear that something rotten is going on in the pedigreed halls of Carson & Hart, Inc. And when Stephanie is found in a Dumpster with a knife in her back, Jane goes undercover at the company to find the killer. Yet playing the part of an editor isn't easy for Jane, especially when the list of murder suspects is growing faster then the stack of submissions on her overburdened desk....
poor Jane. In the middle of trying to get everything done for a thanksgiving vacation away from her hectic job, she has to deal with her rude cousin who practically invited herself to stay with Jane. Then in trying to help Stephanie by going undercover, she has to find out who murdered her. This was a very good read. I give it a thumbs up