Today's Grateful List/31 December 2015

  • Going to get answers no matter what

Saturday, August 01, 2015

Fly Me to the Morgue

Love this series and love Eddie G.! In book 6 of the Rat Pack Mysteries, Fly Me to the Morgue, Eddie's newest life-threatening problem comes when he accompanies Bing Crosby to look at a possible race horse the celeb may want to buy. Having impressed Bing with his horse knowledge a year earlier, Big Jerry is asked along for the ride, but naturally it's far from a regular visit to look at a horse. Instead, the trio meet with the body of the guy selling the horse, and while that's not their fault, one thing leads to another. Once again, members of the Rat Pack and their friends become involved, along with the Mob and other unsavory characters.

This mystery, like the others, isn't particularly deep but it is so engaging, and so page-turning, that I thoroughly enjoyed myself and raced right through it. All our favorites are back, including Eddie, Jerry, Danny, as well as Frank, Dino, and various other celebrities. Randisi continues to weave Eddie seamlessly into the Vegas of the 60s, and I continue to love these books. This one is just as good as the others, and the addition of Bing to the storyline is just icing on the cake. Why aren't you reading these books? They're too much fun!


1 comment:

Leah Marie Brown said...


My name is Leah Marie Brown and I am the author of It Girls, a humorous contemporary romance series by Kensington. The first book in the series, Faking It, was released in May of this year and has been garnering five star reviews.

I was wondering if you might like to review either or both of my novels? If so, I would be happy to have my publisher send you an advance reader's copy. My second novel, due out September 29, 2015, is available on Netgalley, if you have access to that site.

Thank you for your consideration and best wishes,

Leah Marie Brown
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