A woman with a taste for men stalks a small Arkansas town....
Detective Linn McFarland is matching wits against her toughest foe, yet. A woman, Queen Coral as the newspapers call her, is collecting men as playthings. She wants one man from every ethnic group, and her eye is on Linn's fiancee, Chief of Police Andrew Wayne. Queen Coral has no qualms about killing a man who disappoints her and is leaving a path of destruction through a small Arkansas town.
Can Linn save the man she loves before he becomes Queen Coral's newest addition?
Warning: Contains sexual innuendos and mild language.
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- Anonymous User
The book has an interesting premise. The twists that help make the story more than than just another boring detective story take so long to be revealed that it is anticlimactic. The protagonist is able to pull off several meticulous murders then just starts making stupid mistakes. The continuous habit of the main character to put herself down comes off demeaning without any attempt to make her reevaluate these unfounded accusations. I do like that the interaction between the love interest is not over played. The narrative is very monotone the only change in characters is between the two love interests.