Linda's Reviews > Identity Crisis
Mar 21, 2012
A good, quick read. Sam McRae is an attorney doing detective work in this novel. This is the second Sam McRae mystery that I have read. I like the author's style which is fast. Near the end of the book, unnecessary characters and relationships surfaced but did not destroy the fast pace of the book. I worry a little about Sam McRae. Her car is not reliable. Her clients cannot pay for Sam's legal services. The mob 'knows' her. She is all alone in the world. She has not invested in a house, probably due to lack of funds. Her childbearing years are ticking away. (No mention that she might want children has been made. That is a private worry I have for her. In my world women want a husband, home, security, children.... A law degree is that undefinable something extra in a world of status.) I do believe that Sam would worry that I worry about her! Good read. Thank you Mrs. Mack.
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March 21, 2012 – Started Reading
March 21, 2012 – Shelved
March 22, 2012 – Finished Reading