From Publishers Weekly: "That's when Sharon McCone, ace San Francisco PI, grapples with nightmares in this gripping 19th outing in 20 years (following Both Ends of the Night, 1997). Someone is impersonating Sharon, wearing her name-tag at parties, sleeping with unsuitable men, committing crimes of which the detective can be accused, erasing her phone messages, using her credit cards, even breaking into her apartment, mistreating her cat and opening a bottle of her favorite wine. The imitator seems to want to become the PI, but why? McCone's mood isn't helped when one of her assistants, Ted Smalley, starts acting weirdly, and her lover, Hy Ripinsky, seems to be pinned down in a mysterious kidnapping in Latin America and is out of touch for far too long. McCone has to work hard to stay afloat under fearful pressure, and only the loyal teamwork of her crew and her determination to run her nemesis to earth brings a hard-won release. Her new flying skills are put to good use in a nail-biting climax as her doppelganger steals her and Ripinsky's cherished Citabria plane . As always, Muller's straightforward, no-nonsense writing and fully dimensioned characterizations lend credibility and color to her deftly plotted tale." Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. --
The 20th book in the series featuring Sharon McCone who is a legal investigator/private eye in San Francisco, California.
Sharon McCone is a great heroine for the modern woman. I love first-person mysteries, and this series is one of my favorites.
WOW, another good one by Marcia Muller!
I have read all of Marcia Muller's Sharon McCone series. I love the all.
Audio cassette. Sharon McCone is being imitated, and not in a good way. The determined PI must locate and stop the fake McCone from cancelling credit cards, picking up men and advising clients, all in Sharon's name!
A woman is pretending to Sharon McCone, invading her home, and stalking her. Why? At first the reader's voice didn't grab me but it grew on me as I got engrossed in the story. A good gridlock traffic tape. (actually, 2 tapes)