The fifth installment of the Charley Davidson Reaper Series is finally here. Following on the heels of the rather lackluster Fourth Grave Beneath My Feet, Fifth Grave picks up the pace, kicking the storyline into high gear.
Recovered from her bout with incessant and uncontrollable whining, Charley has pulled herself together and gotten back to work, which, currently has her at a bar running surveillance on a chubby-chasing cheating husband, while fighting off the amorous advances of a stuttering dead guy.
Elizabeth Amblin: 45 year-old wife, mother, and art gallery administrator, is attending an opening at her close friend and boss Naveen’s art gallery when she meets thirty-something featured artist Will Roberts.
With her twin daughters about to graduate college and her husband barely around, Elizabeth finds herself quite alone and strangely attracted to a man she hardly knows, but is helpless to resist.
An aptly named etiquette guide: How Not to Be a Dick uses the old-school Dick and Jane platform to parse out common-sense and good manners applicable to everyday life.
In addition to the tried and true Miss Manners type topics such as: relationships, home, school and work, Doherty brings etiquette into the 21st century by adding dos and don'ts on cyberspace related issues—including the all important "sexting".
Elda Lopez writes with humor and keen insight on the human condition of fidelity.
It’s true, humans are imperfect and therefore quite susceptible to mistakes. Elda Lopez is not a PhD, nor does she have any psychological training, her only credentials are being a flawed and relatable human.
Tracey Garvis Graves poses the age old question: Can men and women truly be friends? In Covet Claire Canton must determine whether she will add infidelity to the long list of issues troubling her marriage.