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Caviar Dreams by Judy Nichols
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Dec 28, 10

bookshelves: cincinnati, fiction, mystery, ohio
Read in August, 2005

I really enjoyed this book. Like some of the other reveiwers, I found myself not being able to put it down. The setting is well drawn - from the downtown Cincinnati low-rent apartment of Lisa to the upscale life of the evil corporate bigwig.
But it's the characters that pull you in. Earnest Lisa, toiling as a temp clerical worker while looking for her big chance as a photographer. Innocent, plain Debbie, who thinks this hunky charming guy just fell into her life and loves her for her. Even the minor characters are well done. The plot clues and twists are all believable, unlike many mysteries.
This book deserves a wider audience, you won't be disappointed.
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