Innocent in Las Vegas (Tiffany Black Mysteries #1) by A. R. Winters
Tiffany is a single blackjack dealer that dreams of one day finding the perfect man and becoming a private investigator.
Tiffany has been working hard for license, but even though she isn’t fully licensed she gets a case from an old high school friend who is need of a P. I. as she is going on trial for the murder of her husband casino-mogul Ethan Becker.
Things look bleak for Tiffany’s friend, a stripper turned wife of millionaire, Mrs. Becker- especially as the gun that killed her husband was found in her house.
Tiffany starts investigating Ethan’s family and co-workers; but soon finds herself threatened, having to run from thugs, her house tossed and trashed, and needing an ex-Special Forces body guard.
Will Tiffany figure out who the real murder is and save her friend? Or will Tiffany’s first case be her only one?
Thoughts After Reading:
I thought it was an okay mystery and didn’t think that Tiffany Black was a very good detective.
She knew nothing about investigating and was pretty naive about everything.
The end was quickly wrapped up and the love interest characters and her client were all one dimensional.
For more mysteries with private investigators, go to Iced
For more female private investigators, go to Secrets Can Kill
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