Day: March 3, 2014
Lolita is a beautiful, sexy undercover operative working for an organization with nebulous ties to the FBI. She has something of a shady past, but she always gets her man. When she must go on a cruise to the Bahamas with her boss Dan to check up on a mob enforcer with a violent streak, she finds herself face to face with seemingly insurmountable obstacles – physical and emotional.
P.M. Richter’s Deadly Fun is a rip-roaring, edge-of-the-seat mystery with crisp dialogue, credible descriptions that make you believe you’re right there in the middle of the action, and enough twists to keep you guessing. Non-stop action keeps you turning paging, salivating for more. I read a free review copy of Deadly Fun, and found that it fit my notion of what a good mystery should be – except for one small quibble; the often abrupt changes from Lolita’s to Dan’s point of view were a bit distracting in the early chapters. By the time I was midway through the book, though, I’d come to expect them, so they were a bit less distracting. A minor complaint about what is on balance a really good read.