DINNER AND A MURDER
Review by Roy Murry, Author
Nikki Hunter, P.I., goes to her High School reunion and gets invited to dinner by a classmate she has not seen in years. He requests her aid in unraveling what he says is murder, but the police report it as not - the person worked on his shift at the airport.
She looks into the case, and their world moves faster than usual with others dying. The crimes point to one, but not all evidence fall in place.
Nikki gets help and to her credit, its needed during the investigation and in the end when this thriller peeks. At that point in the story, the reader will believe one person did the crimes. Then all goes into high speed to a deadly ending.
Quick read. Good series characters, and for dog lovers, some dogs help make the story a little fun.