Finders Keepers, Losers Die by Carolyn Scott Review

April 12, 2013

Finders Keepers Losers Die (humorous romantic mystery)
Cat Sinclair is a former actress (not a very good one) now working as the office manager at her father’s former business Knight Investigations. Cat’s biggest problem right now is she is bored, bored, bored! There is only so much filing, paying bills and answering phones a person can do before you’re ready to scream. Cat has been after Will to allow her to become an investigator, but since she barely does her job, he sees no future in her becoming an investigator.

When Roberta Scarletti walks into the office Cat informs her of the company policy about not doing spousal surveillance. Roberta says it’s not surveillance she needs, she wants them to find out where her soon to be ex husband hid her family’s jewelry. Cat decides to take the case on, even though she isn’t actually an investigator and the company doesn’t do domestic disputes.

When the husband turns up dead and Cat is being followed and threatened, things start to heat up. Someone is out to get her she just can’t figure out who. Trying to keep Will from finding out she is using company time to try and solve her case and using her mom’s computer skills to help her figure out how to bug people’s places are just a few of the humorous spots Cat gets herself into. Throw in a sudden office romance with her boss and things just keep heating up.

When Cat gets kidnapped by one of the very few people she really trusts, she finally realizes how much danger she is in. She needs to think fast and try to talk her way out of this mess before its to late!

A perfect easy, humorous read when you are laying on the beach, or relaxing on the couch. A great mixture of humor, sex, action, good guys and bad guys. A believable mystery with a couple of twists to keep you hooked.


2 Responses to “Finders Keepers, Losers Die by Carolyn Scott Review”

  1. This sounds interesting. I’ll have to look for it and read it. That’s the cool things about book reviews, you come across material and genres you never really thought about beforehand.

    • Susan Says:

      I love to read book reviews to help find something to read. I’ve tried many a great new author by seeing a review of their work that intrigued me. Happy reading!

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