Murder and men!
When Daniel Fuller, a hotshot real estate developer, chases a double shot of bourbon at the Top Shelf with a double shot to the chest in the parking lot, the police arrest Trey Franklin, the grandson of Waterton’s only taxi driver, Mose Franklin.
It appears to be an open-and-shut case:
—Trey has motive. Daniel was evicting Mose after buying his delinquent mortgage under suspicious circumstances.
—Trey has opportunity. He left the Shelf just minutes before the murder.
—Trey has the means—or at least he might. The police determine a .38 was the murder weapon, and Mose’s .38 is missing.
Mose begs Ricki to prove his grandson’s innocence, and at first, she refuses. But after talking to Trey, she agrees and sets out to find the real killer.
That should be enough to keep Ricki busy, but she’s got more than a murder to solve. Gabriel Russell, the hunky detective who left town to think about their relationship, is back. He wants to pick up where they left off, but Logan Parker, owner/editor of the local paper, wants to fill the vacancy left by Gabe. That’s problem enough, but the real problem is that Ricki wants them both.
And then there’s that FBI agent…
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