Zeke claims he had been helping Rory's uncle Mac solve cases and wants to continue helping Rory. As she has no plans to be a private investigator, she declines the offer. Before too long, Rory is drawn into some of her uncle's unsolved cases. One includes the so-called accidental death of an interior designer Gail Oberlin.
Gail's brother Jeremy believes her death was no accident and he wants Rory to continue trying to solve the case as her uncle Mac had been trying to do. As a police department sketch artist, there is a clear cut no moonlighting policy, so Rory tiptoes around that rule and tries to solve the case. She uses her police connections to check the evidence collected from the scene. The only thing she finds is a a piece of crisp plastic. She feels she needs to return to Gail's house to see what else she can find.
Of course there are plenty of suspects - Gail's ex-husband and his fiancee and even her brother
Rory and Zeke make an unlikely pair, but the dynamic between them is amicable, hostile, friendly, aggravating and much more - just like living with a real person! A fun read.
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