Private investigator Jane Ronson suffers from oppositional defiant disorder, the uncontrollable urge to punch first then ask questions later. When a rabbi with a shady past offers her a bag of cash to spy on a rival rabbi, Jane jumps at the chance to make what she thinks will be easy money. To get her cash, Jane impersonates an Orthodox Jewish woman and infiltrates a black market kidney ring in Baltimore’s Orthodox community. Between Russian gangsters and double crosses, Jane is number one on everyone’s hit list. To save her life, she forms an alliance with a religious woman and confronts a family.
Jane is still freakish and I didn't like this book as much as the first one (Murder in the Dog Park) until the end, then I enjoyed it just as much. Jane gets involved with the Jewish community helping to solve a black market kidney ring and it takes a strange twist that I predicted but it was still good.
Release Date: August 17, 2013
Book Length: 210 pages
Source: Blog Tour Host
Reviewed by: Julie
Reading Format: Available in eBook and Paperback
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