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Loyalty by Ingrid Thoft
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It's hard to believe that Loyalty is a debut novel. Ingrid Thoft has a way with words and dialog that makes the reader feel like she is in the company of an accomplished writer.

The book is a mystery/thriller with a great protagonist named Fina Ludlow. She is part of THE Ludlow clan, a large conclomerate of defense attorneys in the Boston area all working for Fina's father Carl. Fina flunked out of law school and became a private investigator. She usually does work for her fathers or brothers and, in this book, her job is no exception. Her brother Rand's wife, Melanie, disappears and as the days go by it looks bleaker and bleaker .

As Fina searches for Melanie and then for her murderer, she is faced with deadly information about a slew of people, including her own family. Fina is one tough cookie and she is just as likely to pull a gun as she is to wear a thong. Her best friend is a hunky guy named Milloy who is a masseur by trade an Fina's occasional lover. There is also the handsome police officer, Christian, with whom Fina likes to share business and sex with.

The plot gets a little too complicated but this is a real page turner and a fun book to boot. I highly look forward to more books by Ms. Thoft.
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Reading Progress

October 4, 2013 – Started Reading
October 4, 2013 – Shelved
October 4, 2013 –
page 76
18.27%
October 7, 2013 – Finished Reading

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