1st Impressions - eBook

1st Impressions - eBook

Price: $9.99
Author: Kate Calloway
Genre: Mystery
Pub Date: 1996, 2010
# Pages: 177
Publisher: Bella Books
ISBN-13: 9781594931925e
Editor: Christine Cassidy
Cover Designer: Judith Fellows

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The problem with dumping a body in Rainbow Lake is that is rises almost immediately to the top, even when weighted down with rope and cement…

After the mutilated corpse of a wealthy summer resident is found in the quiet, lakeside town of Cedar Hills, Oregon, the man’s beautiful niece, Erica Trinidad, hires rookie private investigator Cassidy James to track down her uncle’s killer. Cassidy uncovers a bizarre series of crimes she believes is tied to the murder, leading her to the horrifying conclusion that the killing has just begun. But the town’s sexist police sergeant could care less what an uppity female gumshoe thinks. And besides, the authorities almost have enough evidence to book their number one suspect—Erica Trinidad.

Cassidy’s investigation is further complicated by the growing sexual tension between herself and Erica—until she learns the shocking secret of Erica’s not-too-distant past…

First Published by Naiad Press 1996
This first Bella Books edition has been augmented with substantial additional text and contains editorial changes from the original.
  • Kate Calloway's Mysteries-by-the-Number feature femmes fatales, the evil that lurks in the most "normal" of communities as well as humor and romance all bundled into a fast-paced reads.

 

Lesbian Fiction Reviews

June, 2010:The author does a great job of moving the story along and keeping us guessing on some aspects but letting us figure out a good bit of it on our own. The character development wasn't very deep but it didn't need to be. While there is some romance in the book, it is, primarily, a murder mystery and focuses on that. Yes, there are two emotionally damaged women who are attracted to each other but we don't really get into the nitty gritty of their damage. We know it's there but it stays nicely in the background, allowing us to feel a bit of empathy for them, and then move on to the crimes that are in need of solving.