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It sounds like an insult to say Kozak is a little too good - this is a genre I enjoy reading, so I don't mean to denigrate it by saying she could write anything, not just a particular type, but I do think she would not need to stay Quite a talented writer.

The killer wasn't hard to spot, but the writing and characterizations are so well done that you really don't mind.

I did not like the plot - and the only interesting portion of the book - which actually held my attention, occurred in the last 30 or so pages.

I won't go into a long discussion about what the book is about - but I just felt like the plot was disjointed - as if the author was driving around in circles, getting nowhere in particular.

When Wollie reports the disappearance to the Los Angeles Police Department, however, the detective assigned to the case seems more interested in dating Wollie than in finding her friend.

So Wollie springs into action—and lands right in the middle of an FBI investigation into an international drug cartel.

This genre has a lot of writers who really should never have been allowed to publish - their lack of talent is cringe-inducing.

It sounds like an insult to say Kozak is a little too good - this is a genre I enjoy reading, so I don't mean to denigrate it by saying she could write anything, not just a particular type, but I do think she would not need to stay within the set parameters of one genre. Wollie Shelley, artist and reality show contestant, becomes involved in searching for a German au pair that goes missing, which leads to a much more involved adventure including the FBI and DEA.

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I won't go into a long discussion about what the book is about - but I just felt like the plot was disjointed - as if the author was driving around in circles, getting nowhere in particular. I honestly don't believe I'll read any other books by this author. The killer wasn't hard to spot, but the writing and characterizations are so well done that you really don't mind.

I didn't understand the point of having the game show Biological Clock as the center theme. But there is a silver lining to all this - I did like the little tidbits about Wollie and her frog paintings. But if you're not into frogs, I'm sure you thought that it's strange - a woman paints frogs as a part time job? This genre has a lot of writers who really should never have been allowed to publish - their lack of talent is cringe-inducing.

Wollie dates and detects and deals with her quirky family and friends, runs from stalkers and hitmen, and delights me with her goodness and resourcefulness.

I must have been the only person that did not like this book.

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