Discovering a brutally murdered boy in a rainy dog park sends misanthropic private detective Jane Ronson on a journey through Baltimore’s gritty underbelly. Aided by a sexy cop, a bad-ass bull terrier, and an only-in-Baltimore cast of characters, Jane must use her computer-hacking and street-fighting skills to save her only family member from being framed as the killer.
Jane, the main character, is a self-proclaimed freak. Her personality traits were a bit strange. She's a computer hacker and private detective. She finds a dead boy in the dog park and ultimately gets involved with solving his murder. The book was very short and made a lot of references to people (like artists, authors, books, etc. I think) that I didn't know so it was difficult for me in that respect but overall a decent read.
Release Date: May 28, 2012
Book Length: 128 pages
Source: Blog Tour Host
Reviewed by: Julie
Reading Format: Available in eBook and Paperback
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