Passion, Betrayal And Killer Highlights (A Sophie Katz Murder Mystery #2)
Considering the kind of disasters that usually befall the half-black, half-Jewish mystery writer, probably both. Because the last time Sophie saw sexy P.I. Anatoly Darinsky, he practically danced a jig when she waved goodbye -- a normal reaction for a man who'd nearly bou...more
But Sophie is convinced of Leah's innocence. She hires the handsome Russian PI Anatoly to help investigate Bob's murder. The two of them uncover facts about Bob's double life and the two of them get closer together as well.
Like I said, this book was fun. I loved the characterizations ...more
Though it was just as fun as the first book in the series- I didn't run out and buy the next book in the series. After two books, I g ...more
This book picks up where the last left off, with Sophie trying to help her sister Leah while also attempting to win back the affections of Anatoly, the guy she mistook for a homicidal murderer in book one. (Hey, a girl can make a mistake, right?) I'm going to be somewhat spoiler ...more
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This is the second book in a series published by harlequin in partnership with Audible.com. Sophie and Leah Katz are Jewish on their mother’s side of the family and African-American on their father’s side of the family. Sophie, the protagonist, is a crime fiction writer. Leah calls Sophie in tears because her husband has just informed her that he wants a divorce to marry a yo ...more
Narrated by Gabra Zackman
9 hrs and 42 mins
Sophie Katz has just offered a man $12,000 for his services. Is she desperate or just meshugeneh?
Considering the kind of disasters that usually befall the half-black, half-Jewish mystery writer, probably both. Because the last time Sophie saw sexy P.I. Anatoly Dari ...more
Red Dress Inc, 2006.
Following Davis' fiery debut novel to the Sophie Katz series, Passion, Betrayal and Killer Highlights comes as a bit of a let down. The suspense is surely lacking for the first portion of the story. Sophie encounters a new type of terror, one that threatens her slightly annoying, but still blood, sister. Despite the potential this story has, the plot fails to ever thicken enough to stand up to its predecessor. The supposed " ...more
There are generally 3 things I want fro ...more
This was another quick, fun read from Kyra Davis. I was glad to see the return of Anatoly and more development of his relationship with Sophie. I was not sure if he would retur ...more
That being said, this was still a great read and I read it in roughly a 24 hour period. I'm 100% on Team Anatoly - so I was very happy with his presence in the book. This is a great book that combines chick li ...more
Leah is the kind of sister that makes you wonder if they you have the same parents. Sophie shows what lengths she will go through and how much money she will spend to protect her sister.
I love Sophie and her friends, Dena, Mary Ann, and Marcus.
I am not a fan of Sophie's sister, who's accused of murder in this one, but she does lighten up a bit in this one and we get to see more from Sophie's very Jewish mother, who's a real hoot. And not to forget Anatoly, their relationship picks up in this book. ...more
Now I've listened to or read all the books in The Sophie Katz series and can't wait for more!!
No matter how hard Sophie tries she just can't seem to stop getting involved in solving murder mysteries.
Sophie and her friends keep you drawn into every story right up until the last word.
Sophie's relat ...more
However, if the above does not bother you, you may like it. It has a fast-paced story with plenty of twists and turns. I gave the 1 star, because the criteria on GoodReads says that 1 star means I "didn't ...more
I do wish we got to see a little bit more of Marcus, Dena, and Mary Ann. Especially since they were such major players in the first book. Their contributions in ...more