This book was fairly good, though not as exciting as Killer Blonde, the book in the series written before it. I felt it was pointless (spoiler alert) that the murderer didn't even have a motive other than framing someone else, seeing that the victim had so many enemies. I enjoyed the suspense that built up to the end, however. I have read 4 books in the series (not in order) I would probably rate it third. I would reasonably give it a 3.5/5. I was introduced to Laura Levine as one of her mysteries was published in the same book as Gingerbread Cookie Murder by Joanne Fluke, my all time favourite author. My favourite genre is mystery.