Review: Baited by Lori G. Armstrong
A hobby turns deadly…
In the novella Baited, it’s been a long, hot, summer for PI Julie Collins. With her partner Kevin off on assignment, she’s lured into taking a case involving a missing fisherman. Nothing about the man’s disappearance is as it seems. Although Julie is no stranger to the dark currents that churn below the surface, can she count on her friend Jimmer, and her lover Tony Martinez, to keep her from getting in too deep?
Baited by Lori G. Armstrong
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Julie Collins takes a case almost out of shear boredom. With her partner in the PI firm off on a case she end up agreeing to look into a missing person case when the man’s best friend comes in convinced his wife killed him.
The usually tough, chain smoking Julie is feeling a little depressed lately and decides what would it hurt to look into the guys disappearance. This was a short little mystery that still managed to pack in some great scenes between her and Tony and some gruesome discoveries as she followed the clues about the missing man.
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