While sleuthing, Miller resumes her romantic interest with restaurateur K. T. Belleflower; both women have to confront demons from their dysfunctional childhoods—and so does the murderer. The writing is crisp, the action taut, and the denouement a near-hysterical nail biter in this follow-up to Maiman's Lambda Award winner, Crazy for Loving. - Marie KudaPublishers Weekly
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