Old money and fresh murder.
Trouble, a savvy black cat with a penchant for sleuthing, has landed in the cream of Savannah society. So has a murderer and art thief. Julia Hampton comes from old family, old money, and old society, but her job as an art insurance investigator puts her at odds with her background - and with the killer. Julia is determined to stop him. US Deputy Marshal Mitch Lawson knows more than he's willing to let on. One thing is clear: Julia is in danger - because of secrets he won't share.
But have no fear, Trouble the black cat detective is on the job and while Julia and Mitch are distracted by their attraction to each other, he is about to get his man.
What members say
Why do authors write supposedly intelligent women doing really dumb things that are guaranteed to get them in a life-threatening situation? Why would a self-respecting author use the plot device of sneaking out the back door TWICE?
Why are we supposed to find this entertaining?
Besides the fact that any self-respecting cat would never get involved? Though the snippets of Russian art history were interesting.