by Jaye Maiman
Life and love in the 1990’s is a game of Russian Roulette. Just ask Robin. Back in New York City, still trying to deal with ghosts from the past, she is slowly, oh so slowly, being groomed to take over a detective agency.
Then the formidable Marion Ross announces that her husband David is acting very suspiciously. The next day, in his classroom, David Ross is acting very dead. When the cops seem quite willing to pin his murder on a troubled twelve-year old, Robin knows she finally has herself a case.
Christine O’Donnell presents an altogether different assignment: find the man who gave her a weekend in Atlantic City beyond all her dreams, and nightmares ever since.
And along the way Robin meets Terry, and the devastating KT— “with hair the color of autumn and eyes that flashed leaf-green when she smiled.” Suddenly Robin’s hands are very full indeed…
Originally published by Naiad Press in 1992. Winner of the 1992 Lambda Literary Award for Lesbian Mystery.