At first, everyone draws the reasonable conclusion that David, who suffered from terminal cancer, died of natural causes.
But it seems that someone couldn’t wait for David’s death—he was shot in the head.
What drew me to this novel at first were the references that I had seen beforehand comparing Kozak to one of my favorite authors Janet Evanovich.Each subject enlisted one or more discriminating friends to create her List and compose an ad to run in the Personals section of local newspapers, and/or the Internet. Even though these two storylines would be enough to make the novel interesting there is yet a third. At many times there was almost too much going on in the book at once and the novel may have flowed more smoothly without so many subplots.